Doomy definition

do͝omē
The definition of doomy is having a sense of a coming negative situation.

An example of doomy is the feeling someone might have if they believe breaking a mirror will bring bad luck.

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Characterized by or filled with a sense of impending doom or disaster.

Doomy shadows, the doomy chords.

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Filled with doom and gloom: depressing or pessimistic.
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Other Word Forms

Adjective

Base Form:
doomy
Comparative:
doomier
Superlative:
doomiest

Origin of doomy

  • From doom +‎ -y.

    From Wiktionary