doomsaying


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doomsaying

(ˈduːmˌseɪɪŋ)
n
the act of prophesying doom
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But for all the doomsaying, Nixon's China opening turned out to be hugely significant.
org got into the business of reviving good old-fashioned doomsaying.
Just when it seems the worst is over for the Gaines family, a doomsaying professor (Paul Giamatti) at California Institute of Technology predicts a bigger earthquake and a massive tsunami from which there will be no escape.
Economists call the 1970s the "disastrous decade," but those were the glory years for a doomsaying magazine editor and organic farmer and his family.
Yet, in the end, I was profoundly disappointed, consigning this book to my very large Cassandra File because Sabin endorses that doomsaying as expressed by dreaded global warming.
The book debunks the doomsaying that is so prevalent today.
Americans for Prosperity's doomsaying notwithstanding, Arkansas is still a land of opportunity.
In 2000, on the 30th Earth Day, I looked at how several doomsaying predictions about nonrenewable resources had fared ("Earth Day, Then and Now," May 2000).
According to an assortment of doomsaying divines these catastrophes and odd events are simply signs that The End Is Nigh and it's Nigher than we thought.