doomed


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sentenced to terrible, irrevocable punishment

condemned, especially to hell

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people who are destined to die soon

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marked for certain death

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in danger of the eternal punishment of Hell

marked by or promising bad fortune

(usually followed by 'to') determined by tragic fate

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References in classic literature ?
The doomed slew the doomers, while from the circle of the Ingomboco a great roar of laughter went up, for men rejoiced because the burden of the witch- doctors had fallen from them.
It was Nobela, she who had doomed me, she whom but now I had smitten to earth, but who had come back from the dead to curse me!
It is partitioned lengthwise, and through one compartment walked such as bore light sentences in ancient times, and through the other marched sadly the wretches whom the Three had doomed to lingering misery and utter oblivion in the dungeons, or to sudden and mysterious death.
Yet from among these men twenty thousand are doomed to die, and they wonder at my hat
But the one I'm to have, I suppose, if I'm doomed to have any of them, is Sir Thomas Ashby.
Upon one side of the doomed pair the thag bellowed and advanced, and upon the other tarag, the frightful, crept toward them with gaping mouth and dripping fangs.
And then we talked and planned as I cooked antelope-steaks over my fire, and we came to the conclusion that there was no hope of rescue, that she and I were doomed to live and die upon Caprona.
Then," said the doomed one, "I should just like to remark that you are the most unspeakable old imbecile in seven States and the District of Columbia.
Are these the awful conditions (some will ask) under which the friends of the lost are to think of them as existing, and doomed forever to exist?
If they continued to sing like their great predecessor of romantic themes, they were drawn as by a kind of magnetic attraction into the Homeric style and manner of treatment, and became mere echoes of the Homeric voice: in a word, Homer had so completely exhausted the epic genre, that after him further efforts were doomed to be merely conventional.
Lars Christensen, co-chief executive of Denmark-based Saxo Bank, has said that the euro is doomed as a currency.
The words of Private Frazer from Dad's Army, spoken in a strong Scottish accent, sprang to mind: "We're doomed, I tell ye lad, we're doomed, aaaal doomed.
Thingol's wife Melian adds, "you have doomed either your daughter, or yourself.
He has been giving her books for years about the Scott expedition and other historical sagas featuring the place, and in her own odd way, she has created an imaginary companion in the long-dead Captain Oates from that doomed Scott expedition.
IF you subscribe to the idea that the Grand Avenue Park plan cooked up by county officials and developers is just a grandiose real-estate scheme, then surely the plight of the doomed fountain will spark your ire.