verb (used with object)
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verb (used without object)
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noun British Dialect.
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But the sunlight is threatening to fade and a three-and-a-half-hour river journey back to Kisangani looms.
The teachers union looms large in this book, often as an evil force.
Minnesotans like it that way: The memory of Jesse Venture looms large in many memories.What Al Franken’s Normcore Senate Race Can Teach Other Democrats|Ana Marie Cox|October 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Eric lobbies for an industry of benign usefulness, non-partisan in nature, and over which no cloud of serious controversy looms.
Age also looms as a wildcard, with a generational divide further shaping the contours of the contest.
The gray pile looms above me, cold and forbidding, and on its crest stands the black figure leering at me in triumph.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist|Alexander Berkman
After it was exhausted, the great crime of rebellion looms up in all its terrible proportions.Portrait and Biography of Parson Brownlow, The Tennessee Patriot|William Gannaway Brownlow
We had han' looms an' wove our cotton an' yarn an' made de cloth what was to make de clothes for us to wear.
This is the true clerical question which looms darkly before the Spain of to-day.Spanish Life in Town and Country|L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
The mighty shadow which looms behind this tale of the Rebellion is that of the loyal Archbishop Tach.Menotah|Ernest G. Henham