Common misspellings for gloom:
glucoma, glyco, bllom, gloww, colom, glucoe, colulm, hirloom, collem, blooom, goom, lookm, gloucoma, golod, gloor, coluum, goldem, glwo, gluacoma, kaboom, glummy, glommy, glacoma, groomy, galoor, glurcoma, kiyomi, gillam, gleem, airloom, collum, glowy, gitmo, goodm, golums, collom, coloma, solom, coomom, grooom, colum, goomy, galium, glycemia, kliem, glowf, glome, glumy, goldm, glock, gloooo, coloum, columm, wleocme, colomb, glacomma, qualcom, klook, glumb, glomy, coluam, gloomly, macolm, gloomey, coolum, guilmon, colem, gulam, glocoma, ploom, callhome, mlacolm, wlcome, classoom, gloosy, gloomed, gloworm, gloal, alorm, cloum, gilgameh, gilmor, gilmour, glamor, glyacoma, golory, godm, golob, guillremo, joomla, kilmm, jlomb, malcolm, quallcom, solome, yloom, tloom, gkoom, gpoom, gooom, gloon, glook, glooj, fgloom, gfloom, vgloom, gvloom, hgloom, ghloom, ygloom, gyloom, tgloom, gtloom, gkloom, glkoom, gploom, glpoom, goloom, glooom, glioom, gloiom, glokom, glloom, glolom, glopom, gl0oom, glo0om, gl9oom, glo9om, glooim, glookm, gloolm, gloopm, gloo0m, gloo9m, gloonm, gloomn, gloomk, gloojm, gloomj, lgoom, glomo, ggloom, gloomm, wloom, oloom, eloom, gdoom, ghoom, gnoom, gmoom, glgom, glmom, glnom, glogm, glooe, glooi, glooo, glool, glowom, g loom, gl oom, glo om, gloo m.
Definition of gloom:
- To be cloudy or obscure; to be sadly or sullenly dejected.
- To render gloomy or dark; to obscure; to darken.
- To fill with gloom; to make sad, dismal, or sullen.
- To make dark; deject or sadden.
- To shine or appear obscurely or imperfectly; to glimmer.
- To become dark or dim; to be or appear dismal, gloomy, or sad; to come to the evening twilight.
- To be or become cloudy or partially dark; present a dismal aspect.
- To be sullen or dejected: to be cloudy or obscure.
- To obscure; to make dismal.
- To be sullen; to shine dimly.
- an atmosphere of depression and melancholy; " gloom pervaded the office"
- A shady, gloomy, or dark place or grove.
- Cloudiness or heaviness of mind; melancholy; aspect of sorrow; low spirits; dullness.
- In gunpowder manufacture, the drying oven.
- A partial darkness; obscurity; melancholy; depression; sadness; sullenness.
- Partial darkness: cloudiness: heaviness of mind, sadness: hopelessness: sullenness.
- Darkness; obscurity; hence, melancholy; misfortune.
- Obscurity; partial darkness; thick shadiness; dejection of mind; melancholy; sullenness; darkness of prospect or aspect.
- Partial darkness; thick shade; obscurity; cloudiness or heaviness of the mind; melancholy; sullenness.
Usage examples for gloom
In the gloom of the fast- falling twilight I did not at first recognise him; but when he turned round with a start at the sound of my approaching footsteps and withdrew his arm with a sudden movement from around his companion's waist, something in the motion and figure seemed familiar to me. Mr. Marx's Secret by E. Phillips Oppenheim