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gloam (n.)

1821 (Keats, "La Belle Dame sans Merci"), a back-formation from gloaming that consciously or not revives the Old English noun.

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Definitions of gloam

gloam (n.)
the time of day immediately following sunset;
Synonyms: twilight / dusk / gloaming / nightfall / evenfall / fall / crepuscule / crepuscle
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