doomy
adjective (doomier; -est) Date: 1971 suggestive of doom ; doomfuldoomily adverb

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • doo|my — «DOO mee», adjective. 1. dark and gloomy: »His dour countenance matched his doomy personality. 2. suggesting disaster; fateful: »Then he discovered that the doomy prediction was an error: he had received the wrong diagnosis. Reprieved, he seems… …   Useful english dictionary

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