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ominous
used in Of Mice and Men

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Definition
threatening (suggestive of, or foreshadowing bad things to come)
  • He said ominously, "Well, he better watch out for Lennie. Lennie ain't no fighter, but Lennie's strong and quick and Lennie don't know no rules."
    p. 27.1
ominously = warning of danger
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