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doom·say·er

 (do͞om′sā′ər)
n.
One who predicts calamity at every opportunity.

doomsayer

(ˈduːmseɪə) or

doom-monger

n
someone who always predicts the worst outcome

doom•say•er

(ˈdumˌseɪ ər)

n.
a person who predicts impending misfortune or disaster.
[1950–55]
doom′say`ing, adj., n.
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doomsayer

noun
A prophet of misfortune or disaster:
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IS there anyone in the North East as miserable or as big a doom-monger as AW of Gosforth.
Given the PS9m of taxpayers' money spent on Government propaganda for the Remain cause, the dire threats of 'the Establishment' from Messrs Cameron, Osborne, John Major, Mandelson, Blair, Campbell et al, and the doom-monger scenarios economically from household-name organisations, it is indeed a miracle that the Leavers won with such a huge vote.
Tamuffblue I don't want to be a doom-monger but just because no departures are expected now, it doesn't mean they won't happen.
WE should take no lectures from doom-monger Vince Cable about the gloomy state of the economy.
The RTE doom-monger announced his candidacy at Tuesday lunchtime, but by Wednesday morning he had already rented an office and by Thursday he was handing out his own printed leaflets.
I do not want to sound like a doom-monger, but when it comes to relieving Brussels of any of its powers, the words "blood" and "stone" immediately spring to mind.
A WACKY doom-monger who predicted the world would end on the day of the eclipse confessed: "I must have got my dates wrong.
And Abbot's tartan-clad character was revealed as the one who most reflected English views of the Scots - ahead of Rab C Nesbitt and Dad's Army doom-monger Private Fraser.
Ditch the overalls, rip off your hair nets, and stick two fingers up to the jealous doom-mongers who say sudden wealth brings its problems.
The operation was established by North Wales Tourism 26 years ago and is confounding doom-mongers by still going strong despite the growing influence of digital marketing.
Five percent of doom-mongers reckon Sunderland will be leaving the Championship by the back door instead, predicting a second consecutive relegation.
It seems that doom-mongers like Stephen Dorril can't wait for things to go wrong so they can turn round and say 'I told you so'.