Am I, alone, of all my race doomedto drag on a long and weary life, a solitary, friendless creature?
But poor Charles was doomed to be hurled from the height of his felicity to the lowest depths of despair.
Unhappy Theseus, doomed forever there, Is fixed by fate on his eternal chair.
His are Madrid's and Lisbon's horrid fires, The yearly portion of unhappy Jews, By priestly judges doomedto temporal flames For thinking their forefathers' faith the best.
The hopes which he entertained were doomed to be disappointed; the controversy bore no fruits save a few pamphlets and an enormous amount of correspondence, and finally the two antagonists had to agree to differ.
He knew the inner history of that particular bargain sale, and there were reasons why he should understand with peculiar acuteness the humiliation she had been doomed to endure.
Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came is a fable of life triumphant in a world tombstoned with every abominable and hostile thing--a world, too, in which the hero is doomed to perish at devilish hands.
Hence, Keats was almost doomedto fall in love with provocation rather than with what the Victorians called "soul.
There was at least a hint of heroism in the last madness of the doomed men.