Examples of doomsayer in a Sentence
Don't listen to the doomsayers.
doomsayers had been saying for some time that the housing bubble was going to burst
Recent Examples of doomsayer from the Web
Bitcoin’s earliest disciples included technologists and libertarians, along with a few doomsayers who feared catastrophe and currency debasement in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
Despite so much in its economy that looks so deeply rotten, China may yet emerge from its boom stronger than the doomsayers predict.
Unlike earlier doomsayers, however, Mr. McMahon wisely steers clear of broad strokes.
The election could still end 2017 on a low note for a Europe that has largely defied the doomsayers, both on the political and economic fronts.
Surging salaries from Prague to Budapest may not pose the threat to eastern Europe’s cheap labor model that some doomsayers predict.
In retrospect, the Facebook doomsayers underestimated both the company and the severity of its coolness problem.
In an excerpt from his new book accompanying the new film, Mr. Gore writes on another topic popular with global doomsayers: population growth.
The current threat to intellectualism, today’s doomsayers maintain, is precisely that matters of common interest are in such short supply.
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First Known Use of doomsayer
DOOMSAYER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of doomsayer for English Language Learners
: someone who predicts that bad things will happen
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