doom definition

  • noun:
    • inescapable destruction or damage.
    • Fate, particularly a tragic or ruinous one.
    • A decision or view, particularly the state condemnation to a severe penalty.
    • Judgment-day.
    • A statute or ordinance, specially one out of force in Anglo-Saxon The united kingdomt.
    • A law.
    • A judgment or choice
    • A sentence or penalty for an illegality or kind of illegality.
    • Death; an adverse or awful fate, end.
    • Destiny, particularly adverse.
    • An impending serious problem or risk that seems inevitable.
    • A feeling of danger, impending risk, darkness or despair.
    • the past Judgment; or, an artistic representation from it.
    • Judgment; judicial phrase; penal decree; condemnation.
    • That to which is doomed or sentenced; fate or fate, esp. unsatisfied fate; penalty.
    • destroy; death.
    • Discriminating opinion or view; discrimination; discernment; choice.
    • Judgment or decision; especially, a choice determining fate or fortune; fateful decision or decree: originally in a neutral feeling, nevertheless now usually implying a bad decision; as, the judge pronounced doom upon the causes; to-fall by doom of battle.
    • Fate decreed or determined; fixed lot of money; irrevocable fate.
    • Judgment or opinion; discernment.
    • the very last judgment. See doomsday.
    • an unpleasant or disastrous future
    • Inevitable destruction or harm.
    • Fate, specifically a tragic or ruinous one.
    • a choice or view, particularly the state condemnation to a severe punishment.
    • certain destruction or damage.
    • Fate, specially a tragic or ruinous one.
    • judgment-day.
    • A statute or regulation, specially one in power in Anglo-Saxon England.
    • A law.
    • A judgment or choice
    • A sentence or punishment for an illegality or variety of illegality.
    • Death; an adverse or awful fate, end.
    • Destiny, specially undesirable.
    • An impending serious issue or danger that appears unavoidable.
    • a sense of risk, impending danger, darkness or despair.
    • the final Judgment; or, an artistic representation of it.
    • a determination or wisdom, particularly an official condemnation to a severe penalty.
    • Judgment-day.
    • Judgment; judicial sentence; penal decree; condemnation.
    • A statute or regulation, specifically one out of power in Anglo-Saxon The united kingdomt.
    • That to which one is doomed or sentenced; destiny or fate, esp. unhappy destiny; punishment.
    • Ruin; demise.
    • A law.
    • Discriminating opinion or view; discrimination; discernment; choice.
    • certain destruction or spoil.
    • unavoidable destruction or ruin.
    • Fate, specially a tragic or ruinous one.
    • a choice or view, specifically the state condemnation to a severe penalty.
    • Judgment Day.
    • A statute or ordinance, specially one in power in Anglo-Saxon England.
    • Fate, particularly a tragic or ruinous one.
    • A judgment or decision
    • A law.
    • a determination or wisdom, specifically an official condemnation to a severe penalty.
    • A sentence or punishment for an illegality or sort of illegality.
    • A judgment or decision
    • Judgment-day.
    • Death; a bad or awful fate, end.
    • A statute or regulation, specifically one in force in Anglo-Saxon The united kingdomt.
    • Destiny, especially negative.
    • An impending extreme issue or risk that appears inescapable.
    • A feeling of danger, impending danger, darkness or despair.
    • A law.
    • the past Judgment; or, an artistic representation from it.
    • Judgment; judicial phrase; penal decree; condemnation.
    • That to what type is doomed or sentenced; future or fate, esp. unhappy fate; penalty.
    • destroy; demise.
    • Discriminating viewpoint or wisdom; discrimination; discernment; decision.
    • Judgment or choice; especially, a choice determining fate or lot of money; fateful decision or decree: originally in a neutral feeling, the good news is generally speaking implying a detrimental choice; as, the judge pronounced doom upon the culprits; to-fall by doom of battle.
    • Fate decreed or determined; fixed lot of money; irrevocable future.
    • Judgment or opinion; discernment.
    • the very last judgment. See doomsday.
    • an unpleasant or disastrous fate
    • A sentence or punishment for an illegality or variety of illegality.
    • Death; a bad or awful fate, end.
    • Destiny, especially negative.
    • An impending severe problem or danger that appears inescapable.
    • A feeling of danger, impending danger, darkness or despair.
    • A judgment or choice
    • the final Judgment; or, an artistic representation from it.
    • A sentence or penalty for an illegality or sort of illegality.
    • Death; a detrimental or awful fate, end.
    • Destiny, especially undesirable.
    • An impending serious issue or danger that appears unavoidable.
    • A feeling of risk, impending risk, darkness or despair.
    • Judgment; judicial sentence; penal decree; condemnation.
    • the final Judgment; or, an artistic representation of it.
    • Judgment or decision; particularly, a decision determining fate or fortune; fateful decision or decree: originally in a neutral sense, nevertheless now generally implying an adverse decision; because, the judge pronounced doom upon the culprits; to fall by doom of struggle.
    • That to what type is condemned or sentenced; future or fate, esp. unsatisfied destiny; punishment.
    • Fate decreed or determined; fixed lot of money; irrevocable destiny.
    • Judgment or opinion; discernment.
    • destroy; death.
    • the final view. See doomsday.
    • Discriminating opinion or wisdom; discrimination; discernment; decision.
    • an embarrassing or devastating future
    • Judgment or decision; especially, a determination determining fate or fortune; fateful decision or decree: originally in a neutral good sense, nevertheless now typically implying a bad decision; as, the court pronounced doom upon the causes; to fall by doom of battle.
    • Fate decreed or determined; fixed lot of money; irrevocable fate.
    • Judgment or viewpoint; discernment.
    • the very last view. See doomsday.
    • a distressing or disastrous fate
    • Judgment; judicial sentence; penal decree; condemnation.
    • That to what type is doomed or sentenced; destiny or fate, esp. unhappy destiny; punishment.
    • Ruin; death.
    • Discriminating viewpoint or wisdom; discrimination; discernment; choice.
    • Judgment or choice; specifically, a decision determining fate or fortune; fateful choice or decree: initially in a neutral good sense, nevertheless now generally implying a bad decision; since, the court pronounced doom upon the culprits; to-fall by doom of battle.
    • Fate decreed or determined; fixed fortune; irrevocable future.
    • Judgment or opinion; discernment.
    • the final wisdom. See doomsday.
    • an embarrassing or devastating future
  • verb-transitive:
    • To condemn to ruination or death. See Synonyms at condemn.
    • To destine to an unhappy end.
    • to evaluate; to estimate or figure out as a judge.
    • To pronounce sentence or view on; to condemn; to consign by a decree or sentence; to sentence.
    • To ordain as penalty; hence, to mulct or fine.
    • To assess a tax upon, by estimation or at discernment.
    • To destine; to correct irrevocably the fate or fate of; to appoint, as by decree or by fate.
    • To condemn to ruination or death. See Synonyms at condemn.
    • To destine to an unhappy end.
    • To condemn to ruination or death. See Synonyms at condemn.
    • To destine to an unhappy end.
    • To judge; to calculate or determine as a judge.
    • To pronounce sentence or judgment on; to condemn; to consign by a decree or phrase; to phrase.
    • To ordain as penalty; therefore, to mulct or fine.
    • to evaluate a tax upon, by estimate or at discretion.
    • To condemn to ruination or demise. See Synonyms at condemn.
    • To destine; to repair irrevocably the fate or fate of; to appoint, as by decree or by fate.
    • To destine to an unhappy end.
    • To condemn to ruination or death. See Synonyms at condemn.
    • To destine to an unhappy end.
    • to guage; to approximate or determine as a judge.
    • To pronounce sentence or view on; to condemn; to consign by a decree or sentence; to sentence.
    • To ordain as punishment; ergo, to mulct or fine.
    • To assess a tax upon, by estimation or at discernment.
    • To destine; to correct irrevocably the destiny or fate of; to appoint, as by decree or by fate.
    • To judge; to estimate or determine as a judge.
    • To pronounce sentence or view on; to condemn; to consign by a decree or phrase; to sentence.
    • To ordain as punishment; thus, to mulct or fine.
    • To assess a tax upon, by estimation or at discretion.
    • To destine; to repair irrevocably the destiny or fate of; to appoint, as by decree or by fate.
    • To judge; to estimate or determine as a judge.
    • To pronounce phrase or judgment on; to condemn; to consign by a decree or phrase; to sentence.
    • To ordain as punishment; ergo, to mulct or fine.
    • To assess a tax upon, by estimation or at discretion.
    • To destine; to fix irrevocably the destiny or fate of; to appoint, as by decree or by fate.
  • verb:
    • To condemn to an awful fate or result
    • ensure for the failure or destruction of
    • pronounce a sentence on (someone) in a court of law
    • decree or designate in advance
    • To condemn to a terrible fate or result
    • To condemn to an awful fate or outcome
    • make certain of failure or destruction of
    • pronounce a sentence on (someone) in a court of legislation
    • To condemn to a dreadful fate or outcome
    • decree or designate in advance
    • To condemn to a dreadful fate or outcome
    • make sure regarding the failure or destruction of
    • pronounce a sentence on (somebody) in a court of legislation
    • decree or designate in advance
    • ensure of the failure or destruction of
    • pronounce a sentence on (someone) in a court of legislation
    • decree or designate ahead of time
    • make certain of failure or destruction of
    • pronounce a sentence on (a person) in a court of law
    • decree or designate ahead of time
  • others:
    • to evaluate; form a judgment upon.
    • To condemn to punishment; consign by a decree or sentence; pronounce sentence or judgment on; destine: as, a criminal doomed to death; we have been doomed to suffer for the mistakes.
    • To ordain as a penalty; decree.
    • To tax by estimation or at discretion, as regarding the failure of a taxpayer to help make a statement of their taxable home.
    • to guage; develop a judgment upon.
    • To condemn to punishment; consign by a decree or sentence; pronounce phrase or judgment on; destine: as, a criminal doomed to death; we're condemned to experience for the mistakes.
    • To ordain as a penalty; decree.
    • To income tax by estimate or at discernment, as on failure of a taxpayer in order to make a statement of his nonexempt property.
    • To judge; develop a judgment upon.
    • To condemn to punishment; consign by a decree or sentence; pronounce sentence or view on; destine: as, a criminal doomed to death; we have been condemned to endure for the mistakes.
    • To ordain as a penalty; decree.
    • To tax by estimation or at discernment, as in the failure of a taxpayer to produce a statement of his nonexempt home.
    • to evaluate; form a judgment upon.
    • To condemn to punishment; consign by a decree or sentence; pronounce sentence or view on; destine: since, a criminal doomed to death; we have been doomed to endure for the mistakes.
    • To ordain as a penalty; decree.
    • To tax by estimation or at discretion, as in the failure of a taxpayer to make a statement of his taxable home.
    • To judge; form a judgment upon.
    • To condemn to punishment; consign by a decree or phrase; pronounce phrase or view on; destine: since, a criminal doomed to death; our company is condemned to experience for our errors.
    • To ordain as a penalty; decree.
    • To tax by estimation or at discernment, as on failure of a taxpayer to produce a statement of his taxable property.

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