doom and gloom


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doom and gloom

n.
Gloom and doom.

doom′-and-gloom′ adj.
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Once you start to let the doom and gloom in it has an eect on the condence.
Losing 4-2 is never nice and it was all doom and gloom after it.
I don't come in on a Monday morning and the place is doom and gloom.
There was the inevitable doom and gloom from some, while others were more upbeat.
I don't think it's not all doom and gloom for them, but losing your captain is tough.
She added: "I wanted to raise the profile of Ruthin and show there is a lot of good out there, it's not all bad news and doom and gloom.
SPARE a thought for old poor Pat Rabbitte who is being forced listen to the endless hours of doom and gloom broadcast by RTE.
We had eight players out and still had a good performance, so it is not all doom and gloom," Wenger said.
THE EURO All this talk about the Euro is driving me mad One minute it's doom and gloom Then it's the best we've ever had Forget about the savings you safely put into a pot Go out and enjoy yourself and spend the blooming lot Someone in the know said we can put it right I think that common sense now is out of mind and out of sight We should all do what we want to do what is right for us So let's look on the bright side after all it will soon be Christmas.
For all the doom and gloom being published around Australia and the world at the minute, the great thing about the game of cricket is how quickly it can turn around," he added.
It's just constant doom and gloom on here and when things don't go well for the City it just brings its fans down adding to it is constant deriding of City in some form in the press.
TOP psychologist Jo Hemmings says: I'm not in the least surprised people are turning to sex amid all the doom and gloom.