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Extreme ConsequencesPlay
Use 'doom' when referring to outcomes with grave consequences, often beyond regular misfortune. SlideThe town was in the path of the volcanic eruption, facing certain doom.
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Dramatic TonePlay
The word 'doom' adds drama and emphasizes the severity or inevitability of a dismal situation. SlideThe prophecy foretold the doom of the kingdom.
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Negative OutcomePlay
'Doom' implies a very bad end, without hope of improvement or escape. SlideAfter the scandal, his political career met its doom.