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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdoomsayerdoom‧say‧er /ˈduːmˌseɪə $ -ər/ especially American English (also doomster British English) noun [countable]  someone who says that bad things are going to happen
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doomsayerDoomsayers predict that one day California will tumble into the sea.What these entities ultimately accomplish may be academic; but their mere existence should give doomsayers cause for hope.Yet the place invariably confounds its doomsayers.In short, it was a rout of the doomsayers and a vindication of the architects of Desert Storm.When the Cats slipped to fifth in a tough Pac-10 race, the doomsayers fired up their engines.Some of these doomsayers make good money from their false warnings.
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