WordReference English Collocations © 2020

doomed

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. the [project, plan] was doomed from the beginning
  2. was doomed from the [start, get-go]
  3. seemed doomed from the [start]
  4. was doomed (even) before it began
  5. was doomed for failure
  6. is doomed to [fail, repeat]
  7. doomed lovers
  8. in a doomed marriage
  9. the planet is doomed
  10. was ultimately doomed because
  11. doomed to a life of poverty
  12. a doomed [effort, attempt] to
  13. doomed to [failure, hardship, death]
  14. doomed to [fail, make, be, get]
  15. (were) doomed from [birth, the start]
  16. doomed before they (even) started
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

doom

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [impending, inevitable, sudden] doom
  2. a [prophet, bearer] of doom
  3. is [destined, heading] for doom
  4. [predict, foresee, foretell] doom
  5. [pronounced, confirmed] the defendant's doom
  6. painted a [picture, scene, portrait] of doom
  7. faces doom and destruction
  8. [ultimately, eventually] [met, came to, fell to] his doom (when)
  9. the [plane, helicopter] crashed to its doom
  10. it's not all doom and gloom
  11. had a look of doom and gloom on his face
v
  1. doomed them to [failure]
  2. doomed them to a life of [misery, failure, poverty]
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