noun. ['ˈdoʊldrəmz'] a belt of calms and light winds between the northern and southern trade winds of the Atlantic and Pacific.
- air current
- current of air
- stay in place
Words that Rhyme with Doldrums
Example sentences of the word doldrums
1. Noun, singular or mass
To avoid the doldrums of an IRS audit, make sure your business files all income data on time.
2. Noun, plural
Incorporate these shrubs with evergreens to add splashes of color that chase away winter doldrums when no flowers bloom.
Quotes containing the word doldrums
1. If you surround yourself with the good and righteous, they can only raise you up. If you surround yourself with the others, they will drag you down into the doldrums of mediocrity, and they will keep you there, but only as long as you permit it.
- Mark Glamack
2. Doldrums People who live in the doldrumscan't throw caution to the wind.
- Beryl Dov
noun. ['ˈdoʊldrəmz'] a state of inactivity (in business or art etc).