doomful


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doom·ful

 (do͞om′fəl)
adj.
Threatening doom; ominous.

doom′ful·ly adv.

doomful

(ˈduːmfʊl)
adj
filled with or characterized by doom

doom•ful

(ˈdum fəl)

adj.
foreshadowing doom; ominous.
[1580–90]
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