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From doomsday + -er.

doomsdayer (plural doomsdayers)

  1. Synonym of doomsayer
    • 1960 July 15, “Leader of Doomsday Cult Admits He Made Mistake”, in The Daily Oklahoman, volume 69, number 192, Oklahoma City, Okla., page 30, column 3:

      Someone in a crowd outside the barricaded chalet of the doomsdayers began a rocket-style countdown: “Five, four, three, two, one. …”
    • 1995 December 21, Tony Chamberlain, “We all love snow games: Some take time to play; others seize chance to panic”, in The Boston Globe, volume 248, number 174, Boston, Mass., page 91:

      “No way this one’s going to miss us this time,” burbles one bebooted doomsdayer to another.
    • 2021 October 31, Ben Swenson, “A female-only dystopia, from the author of ‘Vox’”, in Daily Press, page 6:

      For all the dire warnings doomsdayers like to trumpet about imminent societal collapse, reality suggests that we’re pretty far from a precipice.

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