Pronunciation of Dooming
/dˈuːmɪŋ/, /dˈuːmɪŋ/, /d_ˈuː_m_ɪ_ŋ/
Antonyms for Dooming:
elevate, sanction, allow, compliment, dissuade, disbelieve, exalt, depart, misuse, distribute, leave, accuse, include, set free, join, protect, exonerate, favor, charge, benefit, overlook, remove, permit, commend, measure, bless, take in, laud, absolve, use, acquit, disregard, keep, reject, calculate, liberate, lose, divide, destroy, pardon, unsettle, change, welcome, scatter, defend, waver, let go, free, transfer, neglect, promote, reward, displace, ignore, blame, discharge, build up, start, waste, approve, take, doubt, discourage, miss, halt, clear, cherish, endorse, release, glorify, disperse, begin, admit, hesitate, praise.
Synonyms for Dooming:
adjudge, belittle, call down, castigate, censure, chide, criticize, decry, denounce, deprecate, depreciate, disapprove, disparage, doom, frame, judge, knock, name, pronounce, proscribe, punish, put away, reprehend, reproach, reprobate, reprove, sentence, skin, upbraid, Denunciate, put down, find guilty, come down on, send up, damn, find fault with, hang something on, send up the river, blow whistle on, lay at one's door, let have it, pass sentence on, pin it on, point finger at, thumbs down on.
abuse, anathematize, attack, ban, banish, blaspheme, blast, cast out, confound, convict, curse, cuss, darn, excommunicate, excoriate, execrate, expel, flame, imprecate, jinx, objurgate, pan, penalize, revile, slam, swear, DRAT, object to, cry down, complain of, fulminate against, inveigle against, thunder against.
act on, adjudicate, appraise, appreciate, approximate, arbitrate, arrive, ascertain, assess, check, collect, conclude, consider, deduct, derive, discern, distinguish, draw, esteem, estimate, evaluate, examine, find, gather, make, make out, mediate, place, put, rate, reckon, referee, review, rule, sit, size up, suppose, test, try, umpire, value, pass sentence, give a hearing, pronounce sentence.
break, chance, circumstance, consequence, cup, destination, destiny, effect, end, ending, fortune, future, horoscope, issue, karma, kismet, lot, luck, moirai, nemesis, outcome, portion, predestination, providence, termination, upshot, Wheel of fortune, stars, handwriting on the wall, divine will, inescapableness.
Usage examples for Dooming:
- Secondly, they cast enmity between thee and thy brother, thus dooming him to an untimely end. - "Vikram-and-the-Vampire-Classic-Hindu-Tales-of-Adventure-Magic-and-Romance", Burton, Isabel, Lady.
- Do not however think me mad, or suppose my refusal the effect of an unmeaning childish affectation of disinterestedness: I can form to myself no idea of happiness equal to that of spending my life with Rivers, the best, the most tender, the most amiable of mankind; nor can I support the idea of his marrying any other woman: I would therefore marry him to- morrow were it possible without ruining him, without dooming him to a perpetual exile, and obstructing those views of honest ambition at home, which become his birth, his connexions, his talents, his time of life; and with which, as his friend, it is my duty to inspire him. - "The History of Emily Montague", Frances Brooke.