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ahead into view as a massive, distorted, or…
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A mechanical device wherein one createscloth…
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ahead into view as a massive, distorted, or indistinct picture: "I encountered the icons that loomed through the veil of incense” ( Fergus M. Bordewich). See Synonyms at appear.
To Show Up on head in a magnified and threatening form: "Stalin looms within the entire individual tragedy of 1930-1933” ( Robert Conquest).
to appear imminent; impend: Revolution loomed nevertheless aristocrats paid no heed.
To appear above the surface either of sea or land, or even to appear increased, or distorted and indistinct, as a distant object, a ship at water, or a mountain, esp. from atmospheric impacts
To rise and also to be eminent; become raised or ennobled, in a moral feeling.
to be imminent; to impend.
A distorted, harmful appearance of something, as through fog or darkness.
An apparatus to make thread or yarn into cloth by weaving strands together at correct perspectives.
A utensil; tool; a weapon; (usually in ingredient) an article as a whole.
A frame or device of lumber or any other product, by which a weaver kinds fabric from bond; a machine for interweaving yarn or threads into a fabric, such as knitting or lace making
That element of an oar that will be nearby the hold or handle and inboard from rowlock
loon (bird of purchase Gaviformes)
See loon, the bird.
A frame or device of timber or any other material, for which a weaver types cloth off thread; a machine for interweaving yarn or threads into a fabric, as with knitting or lace making.
That section of an oar that is near the hold or handle and inboard from the rowlock.
hawaii of looming; esp., an unnatural and indistinct appearance of elevation or enhancement of everything, since land or of a ship, seen by one at water.
A utensil; an instrument; a weapon; articles generally speaking: today used just in composition, as with heir-loom, workloom, etc. See treasure.
A machine for weaving any material from yarn or thread.
The element of an oar between the knife in addition to handle; the shaft.
A coming indistinctly or vaguely into view; also, the indistinct or unnaturally enlarged look of something, as land, seen far away or through a fog. See looming.
The tabs on a fish.
A loon. See loon.
a textile device for weaving yarn into a textile
To weave (a tapestry, as an example) on a loom.
to impend; to threaten or hangover
enter into view indistinctly, frequently threateningly
weave on a loom
hang over, at the time of anything threatening, dark, or menacing
look large or entertain a commanding position
exclusively to seem indistinctly; come dimly into view, as from below the horizon or through a mist; arise ahead of the sight to be able to supply the impression of indistinct volume or largeness: be noticed prominently inside possibility: often made use of figuratively.
To put into or adjust in a loom.