Origin of gloaming
Examples from the Web for gloaming
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.
There is a long view up and down the valley, still and quiet in the gloaming.A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees|Edwin Asa Dix
Outside in the gloaming, Betty Ives and her young lover walked slowly backwards and forwards under the orchard trees.Tales from Many Sources|Various
On the other side of the poor bed in the gloaming stood Benedetto.The Saint|Antonio Fogazzaro
In the gloaming was a light-ship, marking the end of the Goodwin Sands.
Darker grew the road; deeper hued the fields and stubble; more somber the distant castle against the gloaming.Under the Rose|Frederic Stewart Isham