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Definition of "dooming" [dooming]

  • Present participle of doom. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "dooming" in a sentence
  • "But rather than history and geography "dooming" us to friendship, it seems to me they serve as the base for this relationship."
  • "Silver said Bloomberg's opposition to the bill is "dooming""
  • "From my personal perspective, I'm not really seeing a huge shift in the way we organize our economies or our societies for sustainability, so my suspicion is that while we aren't doomed yet, we are apparently bent on dooming ourselves."