impending doom love

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  • Surely, something freakish would happen—a slow roller through the wickets, some fluke fly ball barely clearing the Green Monster, a sure groundout bouncing crazily around the infield—something confirming the Sox impending doom usually happened right about now.

    One Season

  • Hasan was a social misfit who never married, largely avoided women except, apparently, strippers, and had few friends, while the psychiatric counseling he gave to wounded veterans when he worked at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., might have contributed to a sense of impending doom about his own deployment to Afghanistan.

    The Longest War

  • Although at the time Scott made light of the affair, and although his own diary – begun about the same date – is almost unaccountably reticent on this subject, the sense of impending doom – of gallant, ceaseless, hopeless struggle – never again lifts till the end is reached.

    Maria Edgeworth

  • RUUUUUN! and ready to tell my tale of horror, woe, and impending doom not to mention a movie deal or two if we weren’t completely devoured, there was nary a rat in sight.

    Humor for a Sister’s Heart

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