Definition of "doom-and-gloomer" [doom-and-gloomer]
A person who predicts doom and gloom; a pessimist, naysayer, or Cassandra.(noun)
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Use "doom-and-gloomer" in a sentence
"He is the handmaiden of the doom-and-gloomer who thinks that the world is fast running out of corn, beans and gas."
"As a media dissector and editor of MediaChannel, I have followed the reporting of this story closely with many detailed articles and in two books since, even before it became a story back to 2005, when I made my film, IN DEBT WE TRUST, only to be dismissed by some as a doom-and-gloomer for exposing the subprime mortgage fraud."
"Taken alone, Mr. Woodford could be passed off as a doom-and-gloomer."