forboding

See: ominous
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But there was an unconscious emphasis on the last word, and a wistful look in the eyes that never lost their childlike candor, which chilled Jo's heart for a minute with a forboding fear, and decided her to make her little venture `soon'.
I shall never forget with what unwillingness Glumdalclitch consented, nor the strict charge she gave the page to be careful of me, bursting at the same time into a flood of tears, as if she had some forboding of what was to happen.
The show is overseen by the forboding presence of Che the narrator, given a muscular and heroic telling by khaki-clad Adonis Gian Marco Schiaretti.
Yeah, I know it's a comedy classic starring cuddly old Ronnie Barker, but the way those forboding grey gates to HM Slade prison slammed shut, along with that judge's voice dolefully sentencing 'habitual criminal' Norman Stanley Fletcher to five years inside, just gave it a very unsettling edge.
Back to nasty cybernats, hatred, split families and the prospect of becoming a monetary basket case, fills me with forboding.
One minute the sun is blazing down on your noggin, giving one that unmistakable spring glow, and the next a forboding apocalyptic cloud swings by, bringing with it a whole host of nastiness, rain, hail, sleet and snow.
In me now such forboding as where next shall wear the cloak?
Groundswell Rising is thought-provoking, forboding, and highly recommended.
sole selling agents, Belwin) 1 Agitato Kempinski 1922 2 Forboding [sic] Kempinski 1922 3 Hurry Kempinski 1922 4 Dramatic suspense Kempinski 1922 5 Storm hurry Kempinski 1922 6 Mystical tension Kempinski 1922 7 Descriptive agitato Kempinski 1923 8 Heavy (con moto) tension Kempinski 1922 9 Diabolical con moto Kempinski 1922 10 Plaintive Kempinski 1922 11 [NOT HELD] 12 Mysierioso dramatito Kempinski 1922 13 [NOT HELD] 14 Heavy villainous : Luz 1922 Dramatic agitato c on nioto 15 Chant des fossoyeurs: from Thomas, A.
That means occasionally you'll get a vector right at a dark, forboding cloud (or worse, an embedded cell).
And all of a sudden the horizon doesn't look quite such a forboding place.
He dwells in a forboding tower from where he dispatches terrible black steeds on dark clouds to spread fear among sleeping children.