ominous

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  • Hyphenation: o‧mi‧nous

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Positive
ominous

Comparative
more ominous

Superlative
most ominous

  1. If something is ominous, it relates to omens; it is significant.
  2. If something is ominous, it gives an indication that something bad is about to happen; it is threatening.
    The dark clouds moving into the area that we live in is an ominous sign that a bad storm is about to happen.

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