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Definition of Doomsday

  • A day of sentence or condemnation; day of death.
  • The day of the final judgment.
  • an unpleasant or disastrous destiny
  • (New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives

How to use doomsday in a sentence. Doomsday pronunciation.

But they may repeat this doctrine until Doomsday, and make little impression upon persons who exercise their common sense.
Suddenly he realised that what he did was a matter of complete indifference to her; he could go on in that way till doomsday, and it would have no effect.
It took all her strength to keep the tears from springing, and to thrust back her assurance that she would forgive him till Doomsday if he chose.
A vigorous Mr. Thoreau,-who has formed himself a good deal upon one Emerson, but does not want abundant fire and stamina of his own;-recognizes us, and various other things, in a most admiring great-hearted manner; for which, as for _part_ of the confused voice from the jury bog (not yet summed into a verdict, nor likely to be summed till Doomsday, nor needful to sum), the poor prisoner at the bar may justly express himself thankful!
The world is in its dotage, and doomsday is certainly coming all so fast.
You may look till your eyes drop out of your head, nay, till doomsday in the afternoon, before you can find another of that energy; I'll pass my word for that.
Indeed, all England appears changed excepting the good old town of Shrewsbury and its inhabitants, which, for all I can see to the contrary, may go on as they now are to Doomsday.
You might have sweltered in that place with the Greek name {26} till doomsday, and neither LORD CASTLEREAGH, MR.
What less than doomsday is the Prince's doom?
If I raved till doomsday I couldn't alter anything.
Without natural gifts of eloquence, he might have worked till doomsday without producing the extraordinary effect which is ascribed to him, for his speeches show great insight, genius, and natural force, as well as learning, culture, and practice; so that they could be read like the speeches of Burke and Webster, with great effect.
Fish, fool, fish! and fish till Doomsday!
Dorinet told me that Rosalie Desjardin's legs were ill-made, and that she would never make a dancer, though she practised from now till doomsday.
I have heard of a thing they call Doomsday book-I am clear it has been a rental of back-ganging tenants.
They must have suffered enough then in a few years to give them a fair right to lie quiet till Doomsday, as they seem likely to do.
No want of intrepidity and rugged soldier-virtue in the Prussian troops or their Crown-Prince; least of all on that terrible day, 11th September, 1709;-of which he keeps the anniversary ever since, and will do all his life, the doomsday of Malplaquet always a memorable day to him.
That being said, I do not adopt the doomsday view that other languages will just roll over in submission.
Certainly, standing there staring till doomsday would not do it; and there seemed but two ways, that of entering the house at once or arousing the man.
To dream that you are living on, and looking forward to seeing doomsday, is a warning for you to give substantial and material affairs close attention, or you will find that the artful and scheming friends you are entertaining will have possession of what they desire from you, which is your wealth, and not your sentimentality.
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Examples of Doomsday

Example #1
The law that makes larceny, arson or murder a crime merely registers, and emphasizes, and makes effective through the power of the Government, the dictates of the moral sense of practically all mankind; and if, in the case of some kindred crimes, it goes beyond those dictates for special reasons, the extension is only such as is called for by the circumstances.
Example #2
The thing is on the statute-books-nay, in the very Constitution itself -and to offend against it, they say, is as much a crime as to commit larceny, arson or murder.
Example #3
She paid no attention to him.
Example #4
The German suddenly disappeared, but Philip still sat at other tables.
Example #5
She was preserved from doing so only by a stubborn kind of respect for herself which lay at the root of her nature and forbade surrender, even in moments of almost overwhelming passion.
Example #6
Now, when all was tempest and high-running waves, she knew of a land where the sun shone clear upon Italian grammars and files of docketed papers.