doomed[ doom ]SEE DEFINITION OF doomed
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They might only be cruelly holding out hope to one of the doomed.
We are not, as some would have us believe, doomed to an inevitable decline.
In the hour of triumph the government was doomed to receive a stunning blow.
But there, as well as in the House, the Irish Establishment was doomed.
It seemed too bright for a thing formed of dust, and doomed to crumble into dust again.
In this ceremony it was known that John Castell had been doomed to play a leading part.
Why should his spirit be doomed to live on in a ruined home?
Thus are they doomed to destruction, by a Lilliputian race of Vandals.
"To be registered, as doomed to destruction," returned Defarge.
It appeared now as if the Falconer family were doomed to be his ruin.
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