Definitions

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  • noun The action of making dire predictions about the future
  • verb Present participle of doomsay

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Examples

  • I think that your doomsaying is a little premature for such a major initiative in movie going.

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  • I recall the doomsaying PUMA-types who kept repeating "He is unelectable!!!"

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  • Internode network engineer Mark Newton has shed some technical light on so-called "doomsaying"

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  • In the Washington Post yesterday, conservative columnist George Will chastised Energy Secretary Stephen Chu for "doomsaying" about global warming, arguing that concerns about climate change are just "eco-pessimism."

    Think Progress

  • In the Washington Post yesterday, conservative columnist George Will chastised Energy Secretary Stephen Chu for "doomsaying" about global warming, arguing that concerns about climate change are just "eco-pessimism."

    Think Progress

  • In the Washington Post yesterday, conservative columnist George Will chastised Energy Secretary Stephen Chu for "doomsaying" about global warming, arguing that concerns about climate change are just "eco-pessimism."

    Think Progress

  • In the Washington Post yesterday, conservative columnist George Will chastised Energy Secretary Stephen Chu for "doomsaying" about global warming, arguing that concerns about climate change are just "eco-pessimism."

    Think Progress

  • In the Washington Post yesterday, conservative columnist George Will chastised Energy Secretary Stephen Chu for "doomsaying" about global warming, arguing that concerns about climate change are just "eco-pessimism."

    Think Progress

  • In the Washington Post yesterday, conservative columnist George Will chastised Energy Secretary Stephen Chu for "doomsaying" about global warming, arguing that concerns about climate change are just "eco-pessimism."

    Think Progress

  • In the Washington Post yesterday, conservative columnist George Will chastised Energy Secretary Stephen Chu for "doomsaying" about global warming, arguing that concerns about climate change are just "eco-pessimism."

    Think Progress

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