Definition of Gloams

1. Noun. (plural of gloam) ¹



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Definition of Gloams

1. gloam [n] - See also: gloam

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gloams

glitteringly
glitters
glittery
glitz
glitzed
glitzes
glitzier
glitziest
glitzily
glitzing
glitzy
gloak
gloam
gloaming
gloamings
gloams (current term)
gloat
gloated
gloater
gloaters
gloating
gloatingly
gloats
glob
global
global aphasia
global climate change
global cooling
global coupling
global couplings

Literary usage of Gloams

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1. Who's who by Henry Robert Addison, Charles Henry Oakes, William John Lawson, Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1898)
"... to the nums-uber of os--em hs-alf a sss-/li/sssu ; ‘Ts-s-us-us-si gloams-s-is-i' as-ssI the Mink, bus-/mug Tales- as-ssI Sketchs-u's of thue North ..."

2. Southern Literary Messenger by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Computer Science (1843)
"... and extinguished its brightness—and though the star of Bethlehem quickly rose to relume ils darkness and lend it its light, it still gloams its ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1877)
"For the gloams was the great family here fifty years ago, and was landlords of most of the farms roundabout; but they steered a bad course, as I might say, ..."

4. Herodotus by Herodotus (1840)
"... the net secures the way ; And night's pale gloams will bring the scaly prey. 9 Factious citizens.'}—-The whole account given by Herodotus of the conduct ..."

5. A Popular History of the United States: From the First Discovery of the by William Cullen Bryant, Sydney Howard Gay (1882)
"One or two gloams of apparent success preluded the dark days to come. Intelligence was received that a considerable force of the enemy were near Hanover ..."

6. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1903)
"... yet always graceful, English in which his thoughts were clothed, and not less the quiet humor whose lambent gloams were seldom intermitted for long. ..."

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