Definition of Gloomed

1. Verb. (past of gloom) ¹



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Definition of Gloomed

1. gloom [v] - See also: gloom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gloomed

glomus coccygeum
glomus intravagale
glomus jugulare
glomus jugulare tumour
glomus pulmonale
glomus tumour
glomus tympanicum
glond
glonoin
glonoine
glonoins
glood
gloom
gloom-and-doomer
gloom-and-doomers
gloomed (current term)
gloomful
gloomier
gloomiest
gloomily
gloominess
gloominesses
glooming
gloomings
gloomish
gloomless
glooms
gloomth
gloomy
gloomy Gus

Literary usage of Gloomed

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1. A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1897 by United States President, James Daniel Richardson (1900)
"us through the clouds that gloomed around our path will so guide us onward to a perfect restoration of fraternal affection that we of this day may be able ..."

2. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1857)
"... Wo are gloomed, gloomed, gloomed I All the landscape is entombed In a cloud. 'T is the time when woods are sighing, And the leaves they are dying, ..."

3. English Literature, from the Beginning to the Norman Conquest by Stopford Augustus Brooke (1898)
"gloomed in Ever-night Far away and wide, waters rolling wan, Ocean veiled the world. Then the wondrous-bright Spirit of the Heaven's Ward o'er the heaving ..."

4. The Stones of Paris in History and Letters by Benjamin Ellis Martin, Charlotte M. Martin (1906)
"This was more than a prison to these people; it gloomed over their lives as its towers gloomed over their street—a mysterious and menacing defiance, ..."

5. Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and by William Swinton (1887)
"Is " Rebuffed" used in a literal or in a figurative sense?—Remark on the verbs "gloomed" and "brimmed."—Show the felicity of the simile. 147. made morn. ..."

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