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Definition of "doom-and-gloom" []

  • Alternative form of doom and gloom. (adjective)
  • Alternative form of doom and gloom. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "doom-and-gloom" in a sentence
  • "The doom-and-gloom on the economy is patent nonsense, peddled with the same idiot mentality that had people saying the housing boom would go one forever. dlr Says:"
  • "The new statistics disprove the doom-and-gloom predictions of last year and show that because of the 2010 law, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said, "Medicare is stronger than ever.""
  • "If the people decide that paying lower taxes outweighs the government's services, like education of our children and protection of our communities, the doom-and-gloom pessimists will prevail."