Loom up – meaning and examples

If something looms up, it comes into sight as a tall, unclear shape, often in a frightening way. (Collins Dictionary)

To appear as a large, often frightening or unclear shape or object. (Cambridge Dictionary)

An apparatus for making fabric by weaving yarn or thread. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Weaving loom.


Spinster suddenly looms large for Breeders’ Cup Distaff.



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