doomy

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Etymology[edit]

From doom +‎ -y.

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Adjective[edit]

doomy (comparative doomier, superlative doomiest)

  1. Filled with doom and gloom: depressing or pessimistic
    • 1988 November 4, Franklin Soults, “Sonic Youth”, Chicago Reader:
      Their big hit at the time was "Death Valley '69," a typical droney, doomy replay of the Manson murders that was about as illuminating as your average TV mini series.
    • 1995, Isabel Fonseca, Bury Me Standing, Vintage 2007, p. 29:
      Those children playing didn't look like doomy little criminals, once you knew their names.

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