doomy

adjective
\ˈdü-mē \
doomier; doomiest

Definition of doomy 

: suggestive of doom : doomful

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Other Words from doomy

doomily \ˈdü-​mi-​lē \ adverb

Examples of doomy in a Sentence

the surging doomy music in the background was an unmistakable sign that things would not end well for the movie's hero

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Andy Haldane, the chief economist for the Bank of England, which was one of the sources of those doomy prognostications, agrees. John Lanchester, New York Times, "The Major Blind Spots in Macroeconomics," 7 Feb. 2017

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First Known Use of doomy

1971, in the meaning defined above

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