Synonyms for Doom:

n.

overshadow, harm, destination, conclusion, damage, offset, fortune, kismet, taint, annihilation, ruin, spoil, end, downfall, neutralize, destiny, lot, cancel out, cost, portion, loose on, destruction, predestination, death. judgment, providence, fatality, decision, fatalism, tempt fate/providence, fated. law. bane (noun)
misfortune, contagion, bane, curse, calamity, poison, ill, evil, infection, scourge, cancer, plague, affliction.
condemnation (noun)
damning, death penalty, conviction, condemnation, death sentence.
day of reckoning (noun)
doomsday.
doom (noun)
doomsday, fate, designate, condemn, day of reckoning, sentence, destine.
event (noun)
day of reckoning, doomsday.
fate or decision, usually unpleasant (noun)
lot, condemnation, annihilation, ruin, calamity, downfall, destiny, conclusion, judgment, destruction, fortune, sentence, death, kismet, portion, destination, end, predestination.

v.

condemn (verb)
find guilty, execrate, sentence, pass sentence, convict, condemn.

Other synonyms:

Doomsday
doomsday.
providence, kismet, destiny, foredoom. fatality. end. condemn
find guilty.
destine
destine.
destiny
lot.
fate
fate, predestination.
judge
pass sentence.

Usage examples for doom

  1. He hath committed a crime against the doom of the land; according to the doom let him be judged. – A Maid at King Alfred’s Court by Lucy Foster Madison
  2. She waited to hear him leave the room, and leave her, to her doom in silence. – Amabel Channice by Anne Douglas Sedgwick