apocalyptic

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  • Set in a post apocalyptic future where all women have been destroyed.
  • A future post-apocalyptic world is ruled by the good-looking people.
  • He was a popular apocalyptic writer in the church at this time.
  • The film is set in a post-apocalyptic world with very few human survivors.
  • The story was set in a post-apocalyptic modern-day London.
  • The story takes place in New York City in a post-apocalyptic setting.
  • The video appears to be set in a post-apocalyptic world.
  • Throughout the game the player is surrounded by a post-apocalyptic environment.
  • Its lyrics were inspired by the apocalyptic sound of the music, which they created first.
  • The novel is also post-apocalyptic, in that it takes place after a nuclear armed conflict.
  • He worked also on an untitled post-apocalyptic game which was never released due to financial trouble.
  • Some of this group deal with matters as before, others focus on apocalyptic themes.
  • There is something apocalyptic about his vision of heaven and earth.
  • The game's history is set in a post-apocalyptic Earth.
  • It takes place in a post-apocalyptic version of North America.
  • We will now ride you through this apocalyptic world and go with you away into the other dimensions of human thinking.
  • Had the school remained closed, this outcome would have led to an apocalyptic future.
  • This element would remain in Christian apocalyptic literature until the end of the medieval period.
  • The film is a post-apocalyptic-action-adventure story for children.
  • The story is set in a post-apocalyptic future in which most of Earth's water has been controlled.
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Synonyms of apocalyptic

Meaning of apocalyptic

  • adjective Of or relating to an apocalypse