Definitions

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  • n. The Gothic subculture generally.

Etymologies

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goth +‎ -dom

Examples

  • Phoenix alternates romantic homages to gothdom and steamy blood-drinking threesomes with enough terse, fast-paced thriller scenes to satisfy even the most jaded fan.

    Black Dust Mambo

  • We came of age under the black flag of gothdom when there was still a rabid, extensive subculture that did not gel around the core of LARPing.

    my two cents on a dreary subject

  • Once famous for fishing, and the synod of 664 that decided the future of the English church, the Yorkshire town has embraced its more recent calling as the world capital of gothdom.

    The Guardian World News

  • Whitby, gothdom capital and one-time home of Bram Stoker, is setting a spooky scene for this weekend's gathering.

    The Guardian World News

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