dooming

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VerbEdit

dooming

  1. present participle of doom

NounEdit

dooming (plural doomings)

  1. The act by which something is doomed or fated; a condemnation.
    • 1850, Aug Calmet, The Phantom World
      We find in the heathen poets a great number of these invocations and magical doomings, to inspire a dangerous passion, or to occasion maladies.