Definition of doomy in English:

doomy

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Pronunciation: /ˈduːmi
 
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adjective (doomier, doomiest)

Suggesting or predicting disaster; ominous: doomy forecasts
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  • The general buoyancy of the advertising market in recent years has dispelled doomy predictions about the prospects for both, but the real action for the past decade and a half has been in the magazine market.
  • It was going to fight the bill all the way to its doomy, gloomy grave.
  • Or perhaps he was carried away by his own doomy thesis.

Derivatives

doomily

adverb
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  • The song creeps rather doomily like a disgusting disease and has everything a masterpiece has to consist of.
  • It taps, enters, and perches doomily, prophetically, on the bust of Pallas, goddess of wisdom.
  • Because she is a most attractive actress, the love affair takes on such weight and meaning that the inevitable revelation seems an arbitrary intrusion by a doomily schematic plot.

doominess

noun
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  • Yet its vision has a doominess all of its own.
  • Lending extra doominess to the crushing, groove-infused riffs are the heavy bass lines.
  • Their songs run through a mixture of moods, one moment there is growling, distorted guitars and dismal-paced doominess, and the next some beautifully uncluttered pop songs.

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