Doom [noun]

Definition of Doom:

fate or decision, usually unpleasant

Opposite/Antonyms of Doom:

Sentence/Example of Doom:

With the sense of doom that has persisted throughout much of 2020, it’s hard to imagine a better time for Sun Ra’s message — that humans need to evolve to a more spiritual plane, to be welcomed and embraced with open arms.

I tend to press my finger firmly into the side of the phone when I’m holding it to doom scroll or watch content, and the flat edge is much more comfortable.

Plus, Lane seals her doom by agreeing to marry Zach, and Christopher’s fantastically annoying other daughter Gigi has tons of screentime.

All at once he felt frigid and overwhelmed with a sense of impending doom.

Many of his accounts feature fungal heroes, poised to save the planet from almost certain doom.

He breathed fierce and honest anathema on the heads of the bowelless fiends who had abandoned the babe to its doom.

For Tony certainly acknowledged by his attitude the same threatening sense of doom that lay so heavy upon his cousin's heart.

Let us remember that "if we suffer tamely a lawless attack upon our liberty, we encourage it, and involve others in our doom!"

Daily the effort to escape this doom; to push away the threat of that painful point will increase.

Only half convinced and full of suspicion, the Sultan walked on in a daze, as though he were going to his last doom.