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  • Despite many songs at the time, he seemed doomed to never become famous.
  • The entire business district of the city appeared doomed unless something was done.
  • This album following the next few are examples of the death/doom style.
  • It was impossible for him to back down as it would have doomed his political career.
  • At her escape, the Queen dooms those who let her pass to die.
  • One is the story of the way a doomed man may spend his last best year on earth.
  • The love is doomed from the very beginning but they are unable to control their feelings.
  • The battle soon ended but Doom's mother was still not free.
  • He only ever becomes visible to the crew of a doomed ship.
  • Because of these different goals, the effort was doomed from the start.
  • Therefore the current efforts of workers in the field are doomed to failure.
  • He may have been responsible for the lack of royal support that doomed her military actions thereafter.
  • List -- do you hear that mother speak For her son that is doom'd to die? Cited from The Poets and Poetry of Cecil County, Maryland, by Various
  • Its style was less death metal, but more doom metal.
  • It was clear by the end of the war that the marriage was doomed.
  • It could be said that the company was doomed from the start.
  • The country is also well known for death metal, progressive, doom and power metal bands.
  • On the same day they, too, are doom'd to fall. Cited from German Classics, Vol. III (Schiller), by Kuno Francke, Editor-in-Chief
  • He would never let any of us be doomed to be eternally lost.
  • Why will he still seek his own doom?
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Meaning of doom

  • noun An unpleasant or disastrous destiny
    everyone was aware of the approaching doom but was helpless to avoid it, that's unfortunate but it isn't the end of the world
  • verb Make certain of the failure or destruction of
    This decision will doom me to lose my position