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doom-laden

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Definition of doom-laden in English:

adjective

Conveying a sense of tragedy: a doom-laden speech
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  • In one sense, the doom-laden reports have a point.
  • A recent Polish stage version turned the story into doom-laden Shakespearean tragedy.
  • The use of hand-held camera and jump-cut editing, combined with the ever-constricting sense of disaster in the story line, creates a doom-laden mood that is very sad and disturbing and ultimately moving.

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