Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


It is not sleep, it is not trance, it is not the dooming coma from which there is no awaking.

But land plunder rose among them, dooming death by slow decay.

"Why, it was dooming him to certain destruction," said Fritz.

The modern dragons, it has been said, are dooming "religion and poetry."

He might even thus ensure his own escape; but in that case would he not be dooming to death his comrade?

The Masque of Judgment is a no less fearful triumph of the Creator in dooming part of himself as he overwhelms mankind.

"The good father hath no suspicion that these old wretches are dooming him to death," said Ako to Du Gay.

Do you realize to what sufferings you are dooming the hearts that love you, and whose happiness is bound up in yours?

It was terrible to be thus left behind, and Ethelyn's heart grew harder against her husband for dooming her to such a fate.

Think of three years,—of dooming a girl to live three years without ever seeing her lover!