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Synonyms for doom

Synonyms for doom

a predestined tragic end

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to pronounce judgment against

to predestine to a tragic end

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Synonyms for doom

an unpleasant or disastrous destiny

decree or designate beforehand

Related Words

pronounce a sentence on (somebody) in a court of law

make certain of the failure or destruction of

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In a surprise move that belies the forecasts of gloom and doom surrounding the Bay Area real estate market, one San Francisco law firm is betting on the region's future.
That difference is the upbeat optimistic future versus the gloom and doom crowd.
Instead all he gives them is his personal message of gloom and doom.
When Roderick finds out that his wife (Maria de Medeiros) is not only alive but also sharing the bed of his brother, the saddest music competition becomes a family feud with the gloom and doom becoming more overwrought as the rounds progress to the finals.
The transition from life to death is a very intimate time, not gloom and doom, and is meant to be shared and celebrated,'' says Penny.
That the story is beautifully acted and seamlessly told certainly compensates for the prevailing gloom and doom, but that might not keep some people from feeling the urge to hurl themselves from theater balconies after watching the movie.
The demoness in charge (Rhea Pearlman) spouts witless lines like, ``Nothing like a little gloom and doom to darken up the whole day'' and, ``We all have to answer to a lower authority.