gloom and doom


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gloom and doom

n.
A deeply pessimistic outlook or feeling.

gloom′-and-doom′ adj.
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"The players are giving it absolutely everything, we're playing a good brand of football, we are fit and organised so there's no gloom and doom."
What will you find When you enter there Dust and cobwebs everywhere Gloom and doom therein Or will it be light and airy Fresh flowers here and there?
A CALDERDALE brewery is bucking the economic gloom and doom with a massive boost in sales.
"I was probably wrong in reflecting the current thinking at that time which was all gloom and doom. But it has not been gloom and doom.
Perot is not alone among the prophets of gloom and doom who have collided with a rosier reality.
But Bailey's happy scenario for the 21st century is no more certain than Diamond's gloom and doom.