ddoom, dom, doo, doomm, doon, doooom, oom
Doom — synonyms, definition
1. doom (Noun)
Doomsday annihilation chance circumstance condemnation curtains day of reckoning death decease decision demise destination destiny downfall dying end end of the world expiration fate fortune • • •
doom (Noun) — An unpleasant or disastrous destiny.
ex. "everyone was aware of the approaching doom but was helpless to avoid it"
3 types of
destiny fate kismet
2. doom (Verb)
accurse adjudge annoy banish condemn consign to hell convict curse damn decide designate destine destroy find guilty foreordain judge ordain plague predestine predetermine • • •
doom (Verb) — Decree or designate beforehand.
doom (Verb) — (law) pronounce a sentence on (somebody) in a court of law.
ex. "He was doomed to ten years in prison"
doom (Verb) — Make certain of the failure or destruction of.
ex. "This decision will doom me to lose my position"
8 types of
assure declare ensure guarantee insure ordain pronounce secure