day of reckoning


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  • noun

Synonyms for day of reckoning

(New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives

an unpleasant or disastrous destiny

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WWE Day of Reckoning 2 launched exclusively for Nintendo GameCube in August of 2005 and captured the excitement and intensity of World Wrestling Entertainment programming through a new and longer story mode, an enhanced fighting system, improved graphics and high quality cut scenes.
The Day of Reckoning is finally at hand and I am pleased to invite players to take their first steps into the Warhammer Fantasy universe," said Mark Jacobs, co-founder and general manager of Mythic Entertainment.
And I believe there is a day of reckoning coming for Labour in Wales, too, because they have committed exactly the same sins as in Scotland: taking for granted their working classes: ignoring; patronising, not doing enough to tackle long-term unemployment; turning their back on welfare reform that actually helps the very people they purport to represent; allowing standards of public services to slide, showing complacency.
PABLO ZABALETA says Manchester City head for tomorrow's Champions League day of reckoning in the perfect state of mind.
AS the day of reckoning dawns, I am appalled a Scotland riven from top to bottom and aghast at the prospect of the economic chaos if we break up the UK.
As the series draws to a close, it's the day of reckoning at Kirke University, and the faculty members remain on tenterhooks as George delivers her verdict.
Suspension from the council puts yet more pressure on the Libyan regime to listen to the clear message of the international community - there will be a day of reckoning and the reach of international justice is long," he said.
IT'S SOMETHING of a day of reckoning for Oscar Whisky in the William Hill Welsh Champion Hurdle, as he will have to win cosily if he is to book his place at Cheltenham next month for the big one.
Among the many things I expect to answer for on the day of reckoning, I would prefer to face the music for having spoken too warmly of God's mercy than to have guarded the gates of our assembly too fiercely.
The day of reckoning is here, and we're all starting to step up to the, plate and build some new equipment.
His Ponzi never fled because, like Enron's Kenneth Lay or WorldCom's Bernard Ebbers, he somehow convinced himself that he could forestall the day of reckoning long enough to make a buck for his investors.
Day of Reckoning makes for bleak reading, and it's hard not to come to the conclusion that America is on the precipice, staring into the abyss.
A day of reckoning is coming for a free-spending governor and Legislature.
There will be a day of reckoning, and soon, when the great British public wakes up to what is really happening.
Neither woman would believe in or accept God; when the day of reckoning came, both would have to confront the greed, hatred, and revenge that had colored their lives for so long.