Thesaurus / doomsday
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No man has learned anything rightly until he knows that every day is doomsday.

The Optimist's Good MorningFlorence Hobart Perin

It is perhaps of interest to note that the earliest specimen of printing in Irish is a ballad on Doomsday (Dublin, 1571).

It is supposed to have stood on the site of a vineyard mentioned in Doomsday Book.

Haunted LondonWalter Thornbury

Father's voice, usually so kind, had the doomsday quality that even mother used only on very rare occasions.

MissyDana Gatlin

So that we do not deeply regret our improvidence at doomsday.

In one version the linden leaves bear the inscription, My father shall answer to me at doomsday.

It constitutes the Doomsday Book of all that concerns institutions for the insane at that time.

You will never know all that it implies, never, never, though I talk till Doomsday.

Izdenczy's work has a strong resemblance to the Doomsday Book.

It is the only Shropshire town mentioned in the Doomsday Book, which perhaps may prove its former importance.

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