a person who predicts impending misfortune or disaster.

1950–55; doom + say + -er1; cf. naysayer, soothsayer

doomsaying, adjective, noun Unabridged
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During much of this time, he also used his fame to intervene in politics as a propagandist, prophet and doomsayer.
You're a doomsayer, with all sorts of dire predictions about how weak our military is becoming.
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