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Definition of "doomy" [doomy]

  • Filled with doom and gloom: depressing or pessimistic (adjective)

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Use "doomy" in a sentence
  • "I couldn't have imagined as a 12-year-old living in my grandparents' house that someday I'd be a husband and father and writer, that I would be sitting here in this man's office, blowing my nose and wiping my eyes because—of all the things in the world to care about deeply—I care so much about Cleveland and these doomy bleeping teams."
  • "In the Guardian archive I found a news story from the doomy autumn of 2007, claiming that Labour ministers suddenly wanted to "speak more positively about the benefits of the EU in the face of the threats of terrorism, globalisation and a more aggressive Russia"."
  • "Arnolfini, Sat to 19 Nov; Part two: 9 Dec to 5 FebSSHere's a show staged in part-darkness that at times touches on psychologically doomy themes while at others it catalyses moments of pure sensuous illumination."