loom

Part of speech: verb

To rise gradually into prominence, as through a mist.

Part of speech: noun

A machine for weaving.

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Usage examples "loom":

  1. Meantime, Doris Cleveland began to loom bigger in his mind than this timber limit. - "The Hidden Places", Bertrand W. Sinclair.
  2. " May I ask, Mr. Schloss," broke in Sanders, " what it will cost to set up the loom?" - "Tom Brown at Oxford", Thomas Hughes.
  3. Sometimes the thick ivy hid her from my sight and again she would loom out very white in the moonlight. - "A House Party with the Tucker Twins", Nell Speed.