- Jean,1894–1967, U.S. writer.
[toom]Scot. and North England
- empty; vacant.
- to empty or drain (a vessel), especially by drinking the contents.
Origin of toom
before 900; Middle English tome (adj.), Old English tōm; cognate with Old Norse tōmr
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Toomer, the under-keeper, went with him to the place, accompanied by a bloodhound.Anecdotes of Dogs
"Then he wouldn't be a rich man like that," said Mr. Toomer.The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman
H. G. (Herbert George) Wells
Mrs. Toomer's got influenza again—luckily, so of course we shall be just twelve.