Definition of Engloomed

1. Verb. (past of engloom) ¹



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Definition of Engloomed

1. engloom [v] - See also: engloom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Engloomed

engladdened
engladdening
engladdens
english
englished
englishes
englishing
englishwoman
englobe
englobed
englobement
englobes
englobing
engloom
engloomed (current term)
englooming
englooms
englue
englued
engluing
englut
engluts
englutted
englutting
englyn
englynion
englyns
engobe
engobes

Literary usage of Engloomed

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1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1916)
"His colors are fiery, furious, his beauties engloomed by factory smoke, but his words are opals with strange, bright flashes. Here is a lovely thing: Le ..."

2. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1855)
"... caress to beguile the engloomed spirit from its dark musings ; no nurses but rough mankind. Curiosity led us to scrutinize the nature of the injuries, ..."

3. The Life of Augustin Daly by Joseph Francis Daly (1917)
"You will see whole Avenues of handsome trees engloomed with this moss — which in the early sunrise is said to look beautiful, sprinkled with dew ..."

4. From the Log of the Velsa by Arnold Bennett (1914)
"We were engloomed; we were in despair. We had just decided to stop the engine when it stopped of itself, with a fearful crash of broken ..."

5. Poems by John Nelson M'Jilton (1840)
"And thou may'st teach an erring race, engloomed in sin and wo, The watch-word of the blessed world, Where deathless spirits go. 'Tis well to stand within ..."

6. The Great Wall of China by William Edgar Geil (1909)
"As the shadows of night engloomed the landscape, the pure light of the stars shone down through the silence on the grassy graves of these modern martyrs. ..."

7. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1848)
"When, therefore, we see giant minds engloomed, and can discover delusions they cannot surmount, we have reason to be encouraged, ..."

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