gloomster

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gloomster

n (inf)Pessimist(in) m(f), → Schwarzmaler(in) m(f) (inf)
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And Johnson declaring outside No10 that anyone questioning his lack of a plan to extricate Britain from the biggest peacetime mess in living qu extric peace memory is an unpatriotic "gloomster" who runs the nation down.
But they also accept the erroneous "fall" part, namely, the belief that--as another gloomster, Tyler Cowen of George Mason University, puts it--average is over.
DONALDSON, Julia (trans) Axel Scheffler (illus.) The Gloomster Faber and Faber, 2011 unpaged $19.99 ISBN 9780571274246
Now he is forced to deny he is a "gloomster", as he did in one interview yesterday, amid the most painful squeeze on both public spending and living standards for generations.
80s GLOOMSTER Morrissey has embarked on a Swords tour.
His wordsmith's skills flourish as in "boosterism", "turbo charging" and, of course, "doomster and gloomster", create a new political lexicon.
He added: "The doubters, the doomsters, the gloomsters - they are going to get it wrong again."
Along with his fellow "gloomsters and doomsters", the CBI, the Treasury, the IMF, the Institute of Fiscal Studies et al, he was spectacularly wrong about the effects of a "No" vote at the 2016 referendum.
Doomsters and gloomsters! The UK economy might have shrunk, but once again it has shown a remarkable ability to keep people in jobs and for them to earn more money.
BORIS Johnson tells us not to take notice of the "gloomsters and doomsters", and believe in a bright future for Britain.
Today, at the risk of being branded doomsters and gloomsters by the Prime Minister, we reveal another unknown, another risk, another expert's warning.
But before the 'doubters, the doomsters, the gloomsters', as Boris Johnson might describe them, get stuck in, a sense of perspective is needed.