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ominous
used in A Room With A View

3 uses
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Definition
threatening (suggestive of, or foreshadowing bad things to come)
  • For it was in ominous tones that she said, after a long pause: "Dearest Lucy, how will you ever forgive me?"
    Chapter 7 (75% in)
  • The question was ominous; up till now Mrs. Honeychurch had behaved with charity and restraint.
    Chapter 13 (15% in)
  • Those were muddles—little, but ominous—and I am fearing that you are in one now.
    Chapter 19 (77% in)

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