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Cultural ImageryPlay
Doomsday often evokes images of widespread destruction, think of ruined cities or barren landscapes. SlidePost-apocalyptic films usually depict the bleakness of doomsday.
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Using 'doomsday' can add a sense of urgent fear or impending disaster to a situation. SlideWhen the volcano erupted, locals spoke of doomsday.
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'Doomsday' can be used metaphorically to express a dire situation, not necessarily the actual end of the world. SlideThe new regulations spelled doomsday for the old industry.