Meaning of doomwatcher in English:



See doomwatch

‘Fifteen or so years on from its so-called football revolution, when the satellite broadcaster began pumping vast and hitherto unseen amounts of money into the game, some doomwatchers are still predicting that the End Is Nigh.’
  • ‘Still, BBC's televised tie featuring Aberdeen and Rangers seemed worth watching, if only because doomwatchers predicted it would be Alex McLeish's swansong.’
  • ‘The doomwatchers, who viewed the scene from abroad, almost gloatingly predicted a fiasco on the lines of what happened to federation in Africa - arguing that a federation could never be established.’
  • ‘Alongside the customary knee-jerk reactions of futurology doomwatchers, there have been worries among labour organizations and data privacy authorities over the genome sequencing exercise.’