Definition of doominess in English:

doominess

noun

  • See doomy

    • ‘If anything, I think we could've added a few more upbeat tracks to maybe offset some of the doominess, but on a complete, singular level I think the CD makes a pretty cohesive statement.’
    • ‘Lending extra doominess to the crushing, groove-infused riffs are the heavy bass lines.’
    • ‘By the time of their sixth album, however, he was gone, and so was some of the doominess of the previous albums.’
    • ‘Yet its vision has a doominess all of its own.’
    • ‘Their songs run through a mixture of moods, one moment there is growling, distorted guitars and dismal-paced doominess, and the next some beautifully uncluttered pop songs.’