doom-laden

doom-laden

adj
conveying a sense of disaster and tragedy
Translations

doom-laden

[ˈduːmˌleɪdn] ADJ [warning, prophecy] → aciago
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Assuming by "we" he is referring to his pro-EU Whitehall mandarin chums, who misjudged the mood of the British people by believing that their frighteningly wrong economic predictions about the immediate effect of a 'leave' vote would swing the referendum in favour of 'remain' and who are still at it, now with their doom-laden 15-year predictions about our post-Brexit economy.
But they are being withheld because the contents are so doom-laden they would undermine the Government's pursuit of a hard Brexit.
When his doom-laden prophecy comes to pass, Red, Chuck and Bomb seek out the island's mysterious protector, Mighty Eagle (Peter Dinklage).
IN his latest doom-laden scenario, David Cameron, leader of the Remain campaign, warns us that war is a possibility on the Continent when the uK leaves the eu.
Other birds fail to heed his warnings and when his doom-laden prophecy comes to pass, Red joins forces with Chuck and Bomb to locate the island's mysterious protector, Mighty Eagle.
DC Comics' big beasts clash for the first time on the silver screen in this long, loud and doom-laden movie.
SLABDRAGGER The brutally heavy masters of doom-laden sludge metal bring the noise to Glasgow's 13th Note.
They forecast doom-laden prospects for the future of our country as a result of a majority win for the Conservative Party.
Anyway, before the opening titles roll, it seems the doom-laden prophecy is justified with a chilling discovery.
Hard-core heavyweights The Acacia Strain are no strangers to Worcester, playing its doom-laden brand of metal to devastating effect numerous times.
Salmond accused Lamont and Labour of "miserable, doom-laden running down of our country".
But the prophets of inevitable, doom-laden scarcity need not be gloomy, not at all.