How to use gloaming in a sentence
The camera turns to follow them as, joined by the ad hoc choir on the porch, they cross a vast meadow in the gloaming, singing lustily all the while.Revisiting ‘The Visitors’: An oral history of Ragnar Kjartansson’s multimedia masterpiece | Sebastian Smee, Gabriel Florit, Joanne Lee | July 23, 2021 | Washington Post
On muddy embankments in gloaming forest, you might feel your knees wobble as adolescent gorillas inch to within a foot of where you stand to paw your neighbor’s tripod.In East Africa, mountain gorillas and a new paradigm for wildlife travel | Henry Wismayer | April 23, 2021 | Washington Post
But that great-come-and-get-it day-is still shimmering in the mists of the gloaming.
To his left, in the gloaming, was a man staring straight at the crowd like a secret serviceman looking for assassins.
She tried to peer through the gloaming, and feared her father and mother would mark her troubled eagerness and guess its cause.A Forest Hearth: A Romance of Indiana in the Thirties | Charles Major
And so they had still a peaceful gloaming, these two old people, when their changeful day of life was drawing to a close.David Fleming's Forgiveness | Margaret Murray Robertson
Only it was like the dawn rather than the gloaming, Katie said, because of the soft brightness that shone on them both.David Fleming's Forgiveness | Margaret Murray Robertson
The figure of a man, who in the gray gloaming looked well-dressed, was approaching Mysie, and she was slowly moving to meet him.The Underworld | James C. Welsh
In the gray quick gloaming the moors and the hills, viewed from the train, seemed to him a country without hope.The Underworld | James C. Welsh
British Dictionary definitions for gloaming
poetic twilight or dusk
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