gloaming definition

  • noun:
    • Twilight; dusk.
    • twilight, as at morning or (especially) very early evening; dusk
    • sullenness; melancholy
    • Twilight; dusk; late the evening.
    • Sullenness; melancholy.
    • late the evening because the period of dusk or gloom; the twilight.
    • Hence—2. Finishing period; decline: as, the gloaming of life.
    • 3. Gloominess of mood or personality; glooming.
    • the time of time rigtht after sunset
    • Twilight; dusk.
    • Twilight; dusk.
    • Twilight; dusk.
    • twilight, as at morning hours or (especially) early night; dusk
    • twilight, as at early morning or (especially) early night; dusk
    • Twilight; dusk.
    • Twilight; dusk.
    • twilight, as at morning or (especially) early night; dusk
    • sullenness; melancholy
    • sullenness; melancholy
    • Twilight; dusk; the fall of the evening.
    • Twilight; dusk; late the night.
    • sullenness; melancholy
    • twilight, as at morning hours or (especially) early evening; dusk
    • twilight, as at early morning or (especially) early evening; dusk
    • Twilight; dusk.
    • Sullenness; melancholy.
    • sullenness; melancholy
    • Twilight; dusk; late the evening.
    • sullenness; melancholy
    • Sullenness; melancholy.
    • twilight, as at morning hours or (especially) very early night; dusk
    • Twilight; dusk; late the evening.
    • late the evening once the period of dusk or gloom; the twilight.
    • Twilight; dusk; nov the night.
    • Sullenness; melancholy.
    • late the evening while the period of dusk or gloom; the twilight.
    • sullenness; melancholy
    • Twilight; dusk; nov the night.
    • Hence—2. Closing period; drop: because, the gloaming of life.
    • late the evening while the period of dusk or gloom; the twilight.
    • Hence—2. Closing period; decline: as, the gloaming of life.
    • Sullenness; melancholy.
    • Sullenness; melancholy.
    • Hence—2. Closing period; decline: as, the gloaming of life.
    • 3. Gloominess of mood or disposition; glooming.
    • 3. Gloominess of state of mind or personality; glooming.
    • Sullenness; melancholy.
    • nov the night while the period of dusk or gloom; the twilight.
    • 3. Gloominess of mood or disposition; glooming.
    • The fall of the evening whilst the period of dusk or gloom; the twilight.
    • The fall of the evening as the period of dusk or gloom; the twilight.
    • the full time of time rigtht after sunset
    • Hence—2. Finishing duration; decline: because, the gloaming of life.
    • the full time of day immediately following sunset
    • Hence—2. Closing period; drop: as, the gloaming of life.
    • the time of time immediately following sunset
    • 3. Gloominess of state of mind or disposition; glooming.
    • 3. Gloominess of state of mind or personality; glooming.
    • enough time of day immediately following sunset
    • Hence—2. Finishing duration; decline: because, the gloaming of life.
    • 3. Gloominess of mood or personality; glooming.
    • the time of time rigtht after sunset
    • enough time of day rigtht after sunset
  • others:
    • Of or regarding the gloaming or twilight.
    • Of or with respect to the gloaming or twilight.
    • Of or related to the gloaming or twilight.
    • Of or pertaining to the gloaming or twilight.
    • Of or related to the gloaming or twilight.
    • Of or related to the gloaming or twilight.
    • Of or with respect to the gloaming or twilight.

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