Doomsday Book

NOUN
  1. record of a British census and land survey in 1085-1086 ordered by William the Conqueror
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How To Use Doomsday Book In A Sentence

  • In Doomsday Book the twenty-first century is stricken by yet another pandemic, almost as deadly as the Black Death was in the fourteenth.
  • I have, however, just finished The Doomsday Book, which is as much a thought-provoker as anything one of those books Harold Bloom likes purports to be. A study of liberal reading habits
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