Definition of gloom and doom
- The papers are filled with stories of gloom and doom.
- She was full of gloom and doom.
: to look, feel, or act sullen or despondent
: to be or become overcast
: to loom up dimly
: partial or total darkness
: a dark or shadowy place
: lowness of spirits : dejection
: a law or ordinance especially in Anglo-Saxon England
: judgment, decision
: to give judgment against : condemn
: to fix the fate of : destine
: to make certain the failure or destruction of
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