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  • n  a person in desperate straits; someone doomed
    I'm a goner if this plan doesn't work

  • Frank Miller, author of "The Dark Knight Returns," recently shocked a comics industry crowd at the annual Eisner awards by pronouncing the format to be a goner, declaring, "Our .
  • Everyone knew he was a goner, but the embattled World Bank president resisted long enough to win some vindication.
  • As soon as Allison French (Renee Zellweger) shows up, Virgil's a goner; his love for the lady tests his and Everett's scruples.
News & Articles

    ARDMORE, PA. — The scoring record of 63, once assumed to be a goner, looked as safe as Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak on Thursday, while the national championship's descent into a birdie-fest thanks to modern equipment overpowering a classic layout never materialized.
    June 14, 2013 - Asbury Park Press

  • Bill Nelson in Forbes
    Unless he has a good explanation for not only what he knew and when he knew it but also for the ineptitude of the department ...... he is a goner,Nelson said of Gonzales. "I think there might be enough Republicans who are calling for his...
  • David Blunkett in guardian.co.uk
    Blunkett told the Sun: "I let go of Sadie and she shot off. But the next thing I knew, I'd stumbled to the ground and the animal fell over, too. She hit my side and broke my rib. Had her full weight of around a ton hit me, I'd have been a goner. I...
  • Dick Durbin in International Herald Tribune
    This administration came to town saying that Amtrak was a goner,said Durbin. "But look what's happened. People are sitting on these trains, using them, begging for opportunities."

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