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indicating the nature of a future event, for good or evil; having the significance of an omen; being a portent: Some of these events were immediately ominous, ...

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Ominous definition is - being or exhibiting an omen : portentous; especially ... See the full definition for ominous in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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ominous meaning: 1. suggesting that something unpleasant is likely to happen: 2 . suggesting something unpleasant will happen: . Learn more.

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SYNONYMY NOTE: ominous implies a threatening character but does not necessarily connote a disastrous outcome [the request was met by an ominous ...

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ominous. If something looks or sounds ominous, be careful: a threat or an unpleasant event is at hand. If you see an ominous frown on your boss's face, you're in ...

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Definition of ominous. Free online Dictionary including thesaurus, children's and intermediate dictionary by Wordsmyth.

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Define ominous (adjective) and get synonyms. What is ominous (adjective)? ominous (adjective) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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A large type of man usually found lurking places many dare not venture. Often times on edge and bitching about a Kaiser and is usually under the impression ...

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