Doomful - definition of doomful by The Free Dictionary
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Threatening doom; ominous.
filled with or characterized by doom
doom•ful (ˈdum fəl)
foreshadowing doom; ominous.
References in periodicals archive
Is this a doomful
warning that staking your economic fortunes on services is fated to fail?
mood is intensified by Moore's abrupt and immediate prose style, as illustrated in the following example: "I looked over my shoulder.
I was wrong; the deeper I became engulfed in doomful
ecstasy with the trademark Sabbathian worship, the closer to the end I felt.