What is the correct spelling for PLOOM?
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Correct spellings for PLOOM
- bloom Von Bloom now comprehended all. There's thought and no thought, and there's paleness and bloom And bustle and sluggishness, pleasure and gloom. – A Character by William Wordsworth
- gloom When the clouds in the sky turn black and gloom As soon as the smoke starts to fill the room – City Of Angels (Featuring Frost) by above the law
- gloomy Why must you always be so sad and gloomy? Why can't you be a little nicer to me? – The 'You-Don't-Want-To-Play-With-Me' Blues by Unknown Author
- loam The soil, naturally rich and tender, consisting of a reddish loam , trodden by many feet, and cut by the wheels of heavy vehicles, became almost impassable.
- loom The single bell of Brefar Church yet rung to service; but the sun had sunk beneath the horizon, and the sea-lights were flashing around the horizon before Saaron loom ed close on the port hand; and as they crept towards the East Porth under the loom of the Island, a row-boat shot out from the beach there, and headed up the Sound towards Brefar.
- palm In my palm Atomic bomb – The Drop I Hold by Black Lips
- plod It is a difficult thing to move a great mass of men through a desolate country by small units and leave them dependent on the country, and it is rather wonderful that they do it so neatly and effect the junctions so well; but the private soldier, who stands for those little black blocks on the military map, has a boy's impatience in him; and a very wise man, if he wishes to keep an army in spirit, will avoid counter-marching as much as he can, for-I cannot tell why-nothing takes the heart out of a man like having to plod over again the very way he has just come.
- plop One dropped with an ugly plop into the water, and swam toward us, the hoary imp, his sharp snout and his wicked little eyes moving at us.
- plot Sometimes, you've got to re-write the plot You've got to take what you've got – Take What You Got by Unknown Author
- plow Except to struggle on somehow I've learned to sow, I'll learn to plow – The Honor of Your Name by Unknown Author
- ploy just for you my boy keep you from the common ploy – The future free by Daisy Chainsaw
- plum I just picked me a plum You came along And everything started to hum – The Best Is Yet to Come by Bobby Caldwell
- plumb It don't matter which way he turns he's headed off with a rock dropped plumb ahead of him.
- plume I wish you could see the Princess's Persian dog, Mirzan, of the oldest race of dogs in the world: yellow-white as old ivory, tall and thin and graceful as a blowing plume .
- polo He had met her on several occasions in big society functions, at the officers' polo -parties, and at similar gatherings, and if, attracted by her grace and intellect, he had perhaps paid more attention to the Captain's wife than to any of the other ladies of the party, their relations had been strictly confined within conventional limits, and it would never have occurred to him to imagine himself specially favoured by Mrs. Irwin.