verb (used with object)
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verb (used without object)
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noun British Dialect.
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Example sentences from the Web for loom
Although operating as a makeshift bodega may not be ideal for every kitchen, Rivera believes this is where restaurants are headed if they want to compete as major changes in the industry loom.
Even as a child, I had always been around the loom and have had no doubt that I’ll be weaving.How a Wasteland Shrub Is Becoming the Next Big Thing in Fashion|Daniel Malloy|August 28, 2020|Ozy
He was the larger-than-the-life figure, and he loomed impossibly large over this campaign.Former Providence Mayor & Ex-Con Buddy Cianci's Redemption Tour Goes Bust|David Freedlander|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
All three loomed large, and all were entangled as the United States was being created.The Supreme Court Turns the First Amendment Into a Weapon for Corporations|Sally Kohn|July 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He resigned his seat two weeks later as a criminal indictment loomed.Voters Hate Seniors More Than Crooks; Can Thad Cochran Survive That?|Patricia Murphy|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He loomed like a god above us, as much a presence as any deity, and God knows he was accepted as such.
This is better than the Cold War when nuclear war loomed, but it is still sinister.
Neither of us spoke again, and at length the squat log buildings of Pend d' Oreille loomed ahead of us in the night.
There was another personality that loomed large, in those years, on the Midland—Samuel Swarbrick, the accountant.
They were soon out-distanced, the palm-trees fell away, the soaring temple loomed against the blazing sky.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
The one thing that loomed big in my mind's eye was the monstrous injustice of the accusation.
A horse or a tree or a clump of brush loomed up grotesquely in the vaporous blur.