- n. Plural form of doom-and-gloomer.
“So rather than meaning the end of the euro or the E.U., as some doom-and-gloomers have predicted, the crisis may have the opposite effect.”
“He takes issue with the doom-and-gloomers who peddle pessimism porn and Depression lust.”
“Especially in these times, we need others to lift us up, to support us in being courageous and free, not doom-and-gloomers who lead the way toward depression.”
“Now that the data from NASA of all places has been demonstrated to be unreliable, I wonder if Al Gore and his coterie of Hollywood doom-and-gloomers will ease up a bit in their campaign to stifle debate about “global warming.””
“Actually, the really amusing thing is when you doom-and-gloomers finish watching An Inconvenient Truth and reading a chapter from Earth in the Balance, you hop on the Internet (which St. Al invented!) and label others “zombies” without even a hint of irony.”
“Ian Bremmer is one of the great doom-and-gloomers of the economy these days.”
“A sensible voice in the gabbling noise of bookish doom-and-gloomers:”
“With all the turmoil in housing and credit markets, you might think the doom-and-gloomers got the upper hand.”
“Connor yelled from within the gathered doom-and-gloomers.”
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