Examples of doomsday in a Sentence
a warning that doomsday is near
The book explores a doomsday scenario in which an asteroid hits the Earth.
Recent Examples of doomsday from the Web
At that point, Auburn, which entered the day averaging 35.8 points and 452.7 yards, lived up to its pregame billing as a well-oiled doomsday machine.
Since there doesn't seem to be a doomsday correlation between events this fall, travelers shouldn't cancel their trips to Oaxaca, or Mexico City, or Cuba, per locals who say that tourism will help sustain recovery efforts.
But this masks unusual tensions with the party, and not only over the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, the doomsday scenario for many businesspeople.
And in 2011, Harold Camping, a Christian evangelist, twice proclaimed doomsday, prompting his followers to sell all their worldly possessions in order to spread the word about the end of time.
Despite the doomsday-like forecast for South Florida, Magill says his senses tell him Zoo Miami, and the rest of South Florida, will be spared.
But the doomsday scenarios played out one by one in a subterranean Capitol Hill hearing room that was far from packed, and Republicans were notably absent from the July event.
Like many cult leaders, Asahara believed in an imminent doomsday, this time caused by a world war started by the United States; according to him, only his followers would survive.
His team, the Green Bay Packers, trailed the New Orleans Saints by nine with 4:55 remaining and this was the opportunity to reassure the his teammates, coaches and fans that life without Aaron Rodgers was not a doomsday scenario.
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First Known Use of doomsday
before 12th century
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