gloom

  1. a state of partial or total darkness
  2. a feeling of melancholy apprehension
  3. an atmosphere of depression and melancholy

Gloom

Gloom is a low level of light which is so dim that there are physiological and psychological effects. Human vision at this level becomes monochrome and the place then seems dull and depressing. ==Optical and psychological effects== People describe light conditions as gloomy when the rods in their eyes take over from the cones and so their vision b...
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Gloom

• (v. t.) To render gloomy or dark; to obscure; to darken. • (n.) In gunpowder manufacture, the drying oven. • (n.) Partial or total darkness; thick shade; obscurity; as, the gloom of a forest, or of midnight. • (n.) A shady, gloomy, or dark place or grove. • (n.) Cloudiness or heaviness of mind; melancholy; aspect of sorro...
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gloom

sombreness noun a state of partial or total darkness; `he struck a match to dispel the gloom`
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gloom

gloominess noun a feeling of melancholy apprehension
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Gloom

[card game] Gloom is a tabletop card game created by designer Keith Baker and published by Atlas Games in 2004. It won the Origins Award for Best Traditional Card Game in 2005. Four expansion packs have been created since the release of the original game called, Unhappy Homes, Unwelcome Guests, Unquiet Dead and Unfortunate Expeditions. Addi...
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Gloom

[video game] Gloom is a {vgy|1995} computer game for the Amiga computer. Gloom was the first commercially released Amiga clone of first person shooter Doom. A later version of the game, Gloom Deluxe, featured higher resolution graphic modes. Gloom`s authors were Mark Sibly (programmer) Kurt & Hans Butler (graphics) and additional Art work L...
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Gloom

Gloom (glōm) noun [ Anglo-Saxon glōm twilight, from the root of English glow . See Glow , and confer Glum , Gloam .] 1. Partial or total darkness; thick shade; obscurity; as, the gloom of a forest, or of midnight. 2. A shady, g...
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Gloom

Gloom intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gloomed ; present participle & verbal noun Glooming .] 1. To shine or appear obscurely or imperfectly; to glimmer. 2. To become dark or dim; to be or appear dismal, gl...
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Gloom

Gloom transitive verb 1. To render gloomy or dark; to obscure; to darken. « A bow window . . . gloomed with limes.» Walpole. « A black yew gloomed the stagnant air.» Tennyson. 2. To fill with gloom; to make sad, dismal, or sulle...
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gloom

[n] - an atmosphere of depression and melancholy 2. [n] - a state of partial or total darkness 3. [n] - a feeling of melancholy apprehension
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