Origin of gloam
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How to use gloam in a sentence
The next moment a vision of Scholar Gloam had risen before me.
Gloam used to say that he had brought me back from death to life; but it was not so.
A quintessence and distillation of peace and comradeship seemed to inhabit the soft gloam of its chancel.War and the Weird|Forbes Phillips
Well, now, as touching Scholar Gloam, he died nigh a score of years ago; leastways he knocked off living in the body.
They brought the yellow-haired little maiden to the mill (ran the story), and Gloam called her Swanhilda.