A frame or machine of wood or other material, in which a weaver forms cloth out of thread; a machine for interweaving yarn or threads into a fabric, as in knitting or lace making.
That part of an oar which is near the grip or handle and inboard from the rowlock.
To appear above the surface either of sea or land, or to appear enlarged, or distorted and indistinct, as a distant object, a ship at sea, or a mountain, esp. from atmospheric influences; as, the ship looms large; the land looms high.
To rise and to be eminent; to be elevated or ennobled, in a moral sense.
The state of looming; esp., an unnatural and indistinct appearance of elevation or enlargement of anything, as of land or of a ship, seen by one at sea.
We sleep, but the loom of life never stops, and the pattern which was weaving when the sun went down is weaving when it comes up in the morning. Henry Ward Beecher
Parents are like shuttles on a loom. They join the threads of the past with threads of the future and leave their own bright patterns as they go. Fred Rogers
If you think in terms of major losses, because losses loom much larger than gains - that's a very well-established finding - you tend to be very risk-averse. When you think in terms of wealth, you tend to be much less risk-averse. Daniel Kahneman
My most famous commercial was for Fruit Of the Loom underwear. I took a lot of razzing from my classmates. Ian Ziering
He who is false to the present duty breaks a thread in the loom, and you will see the effect when the weaving of a life-time is unraveled. William Ellery Channing