doomy

doomy

(ˈduːmɪ)
adj
1. despondent or pessimistic
2. depressing, frightening, or chilling
ˈdoomily adv
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But then again, maybe I'm reading it all wrong - instead of being doomy, this might actually all be great news.
The novel Crowe's Requiem followed two years later: a fantastical mashup of young love and doomy student alienation set in Galway which McCormack describes now as "a magical realist kind of goth fairytale".
The leak says that Doomy will be on the PTR very soon, "days not months," and is a counter to tanks with a lot of health.
all to the accompaniment of flashing lights and doomy music.
Indeed, the couple's new LP Unseen is out next month, and it promises more of the doomy gothic lullabies that have carved them out as two of the most idiosyncratic songwriters working in the industry today.
Chris Gascoyne and David Neilson, known to Coronation Street fans as Peter Barlow and Roy Cropper, came to Glasgow determined to tempt soap lovers into the doomy world of Ireland's most famous nihilist playwright.
It takes great pleasure in being a 'serious drama' so it's doomy, gloomy and bloody miserable.
If it's mainstream acceptance she's after, then a smidgeon more passion, fewer doomy beats and a little more individuality are required.
If it's mainstream acceptance she's after, then a smidgeon more passion and fewer doomy beats are required.
Expect more brooding, tormented souls spouting doomy quotes like, "We get the world we deserve" and "Sometimes your worst self is your best self".
The aim of this article is to argue that the future conflict will not be a large-scale conventional war, nuclear armageddon nor a complete chaos caused by large-scale doomy cyber attacks against critical infrastructure.