Certain to sufferdeath, failure, or a similarly negativeoutcome. (adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of doom. (verb)
Examples of word doomed
Pushing Daisies was a really excellent and creative show - which pretty much meant it was doomed from the get go.
Plus, the cool captain dude, not being a white guy, was clearly doomed from the start to an early death (he is the same actor who played the lead in the seriously excellent film Twilight Samurai, which I highly recommend).
Stories of people entering marriages they felt were doomed from the start intrigued Carl Weisman of Torrance, Calif., whose book, So Why Have You Never Been Married?
If this gaggle is key to anything, it's doomed from the start!
Government run daycare centers were doomed from the start to fall to the lowest common denominator.
This was doomed from the beginning, rev share on ads during authentication? to support a team of 40 people?
But he was right the Republicans were doomed from the start when they said NO and the conservatives followed suit because of people like Becky and flush and got all frenzied up.
This time, the Kings led 2-1 going into the third period, behind goals from Alexander Frolov and Drew Doughty, but 5-on-5 breakdowns once again doomed the Kings as the Canucks scored three third-period goals to win the game and the series.
But you know, I was doomed from the moment I decided that I could try to do a little very basic education aimed at people who have never tried to write somebody not exactly like them, and maybe help writers avoid writing a few POC characters who were basically middle class white people with a coat of well-meaning shellac.