American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Judgment Day.
- idiom. til For all time; forever.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The day of the last judgment.
- n. Any day of sentence or condemnation.
- n. [capitalized] The Doomsday Book (see below), or a record similar to it, as the Exon Doomsday, contemporary with it, preserved in Exeter cathedral.
- adj. Concerned with or predicting future universal destruction.
- adj. Given to or marked by forebodings or predictions of impending calamity.
- adj. Capable of causing widespread or total destruction; doomsday weapon.
- n. The day when God is expected to judge the world; end times.
- n. judgement day; the day of the Final Judgment; any day of decisive judgement or final dissolution.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A day of sentence or condemnation; day of death.
- n. The day of the final judgment.
- n. an unpleasant or disastrous destiny
- n. (New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives
- Middle English domes + dai, from Old English dom ("judgment") + dæg ("day") (Wiktionary)
- Middle English domesday, from Old English dōmes dæg : dōmes, genitive of dōm, judgment; see doom + dæg, day; see day. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“It's too early to know the impact Rita will have on the Gulf Coast refineries or on fuel prices as of yet, but at least one analyst says the nation will probably avoid what he calls a doomsday scenario of gasoline soaring to $5 a gallon.”
“I have a book at home, which I call my doomsday-book, where”
“Rick Perry, however, is among those countering what he calls doomsday reports and proclamations that, 'Oh my God, it's going to be the end of the world.”
“London Olympics with gusto, Meadows is candid about her fear of the Games and the countdown to what she calls "doomsday".”
“The agency's response was to enact what it called a doomsday budget, with 25 to 30 per cent fare increases and substantial service reductions.”
“Most of all, Beck worries that the end, doomsday, is coming, soon, and it won't be pretty.”
“Many friends and colleagues have been fired or laid off and watching the news or reading the daily paper leads me to believe that doomsday is approaching.”
“Can you post a few examples of those short term doomsday predictions?”
“But those short term doomsday scenarios--more active hurricane seasons, droughts etc.--have not materialized, at least not to the point predicted just a short time ago.”
“If the "AGW community" overhyped its case with "short term doomsday scenarios" that "have not materialized", I want to know.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘doomsday’.
Movies or TV shows where the titles are also common words, generally one-word titles.
Christian word branding; common English word-associatives connected to Bible terminology or scripture.
I also have a general Bible-word list.
Endings, results, and pinnacles. The ideal here is to somehow imply the paradoxical concept of "after-endings".
catalysts leading to action.
aka the inciting incident, point of attack there's no major rules here, broad umbrella terms or specific works for now.
( randomness, writing )
I can't find these on my calendar.
Words from the songs of Frank Black, a.k.a. Black Francis
My big word list.
An short hike though the 'poetry of power'
Looking for tweets for doomsday.