doom (v.) Old form(s): doom'd, doome
decree, decide, adjudge
Cym V.v.421.1[Cymbeline to Posthumus] Nobly doomed!
R3 II.i.104[King Edward to Derby] Have I a tongue to doom my brother's death, / And shall that tongue give pardon to a slave?
RJ III.i.134[Benvolio to Romeo] The Prince will doom thee death / If thou art taken
Tit IV.ii.113[Nurse to all, of Tamora] The Emperor in his rage will doom her death
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