doomsayer


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Synonyms for doomsayer

a prophet of misfortune or disaster

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Jim Harbour was a doomsayer when he wrote the column.
When former oil executive Colin Campbell, the dean of the peak oil doomsayers, warned that the end of cheap oil was only a few years away, he was easy to dismiss.
The warming properties of increased greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere are more modest (and beneficial) than the new doomsayers are letting on.
He's done a lot of good, but he vacillates, depending on the way the political and economic winds are blowing, and he's sort of inclined to be a doomsayer.
If a planet is there, it's extremely distant and will stay that way with no chance of ever colliding with Earth, or bringing"days of darkness", as suggested by doomsayers.
By approaching these negotiations in a constructive way - in a spirit of friendship and co-operation and with our sights firmly set on the future - I believe we can prove the doomsayers wrong" - Prime Minister Theresa May on the Brexit negotiations.
By approaching these negotiations in a constructive way - in a spirit of friendship and cooperation and with our sights firmly set on the future - I believe we can prove the doomsayers wrong," she will say.
Doomsayers and the things that definitely happened because of LGBTs
Despite the doomsayers, author and noted scholar of religion Rodney Stark declares that the world is "not merely as religious as it used to be," but is "much more intensely religious than ever before" and that a "massive religious awakening is taking place around the world.
The doomsayers claiming jobs will be lost are the same scaremongers who falsely claimed the minimum wage would price workers out of jobs.
If results matter in politics, appearances carry the day in the world of diplomacy, and China's non-interventionist reputation--however ill-deserved--provides rich fodder for doomsayers and admirers alike when forecasting the fate of the "China Model.
IN spite of the predictions of the doomsayers among us, we are nearing the start of another English Derby at Wimbledon, and proof of that is the first of our Derby Countdowns that appears on this page today.
There's actually been a gradual decrease in numbers and ferocity of cyclones and hurricanes over the last few decades, but this is no barrier to the doomsayers.
The Birmingham Mail did not join the ranks of the doomsayers.
The CSG industry in Queensland has rapidly been getting runs on the board and there are enough facts and data to make it difficult for the doomsayers and scaremongers claims to have any credibility.