1.2 (as noun a Jeremiah) A person who complains continually or foretells disaster.
- Despite the Jeremiahs, tourism - Edinburgh's biggest industry - continues to expand.
- It hasn't been publicly articulated because the great and the good of the arts community don't want to be seen as Jeremiahs.
- Only a few brave economic writers are prepared to act as Jeremiahs.
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