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loom large

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloom largeloom largeWORRIEDto seem important, worrying, and difficult to avoid Fear of failure loomed large in his mind. loom
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loom largeHowever, now another objection begins to loom large.The human factor also looms large in Bamford's presentation of the agency's strengths and weaknesses.Our man at the Yard Historic landmark buildings loom large in Geoff Lewry's life.Blackmail has always loomed large in intelligence work, but never more so than today.My 40th birthday has loomed larger in my mind with each passing day.The formal processes of the law, indeed, do not loom large in the field officer's routine activities.And four years after his death, one month short of his 101st birthday in 1993, he looms larger than ever.Tragedy looms larger than farce in the United States today.While practical issues of meshing motherhood with modern life loom large, the greatest challenges are still psychological.
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