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I don’t know about you, but it strikes me that if the price of land for a new experimental city is too expensive for Alphabet, that doesn’t bode well for the affordability of cities in general.

That bodes well for the Northern Hemisphere if people continue taking those precautions.

Such regression doesn’t bode well late in the playoffs, when it’s important to have shot-makers with confidence to score over good defenses.

That likely bodes well for its US release, despite the still-dire nature of the Covid-19 infection rate in many states.

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“The fact that this drug has already been developed and shown to be successful in treating feline infectious peritonitis, it really bodes well,” Lemieux says.

Still, the lack of communication with the tribes does not bode well for the future relationships.

Such thinking does not bode well for women, who are primary targets in honor-seeking attacks.

Everyone except for Bode Miller, who defended Cooper on Twitter and in a CNN interview, saying, "I felt like it was me, not her."

The skier most connected to that stratospheric rise is Bode Miller.

Going into the 2006 Turin Olympics, Bode became the touted star of the Games.

Suspicion filled the air, and the sudden appearance of innumerable friars seemed to bode some great foreign movement.

The arrival of the two Germans, Bode and Busche, gave the finishing touch to the conspiracy.

Quat oget nu at for-bode o wold, GE 324, what now was the import of that prohibition; And vndernam him at it agte awold, id.

I shall begin to grumble about them myself soon, for I'm aware of warnings in my spine which bode no good.

"That could bode no good to the place he honoured with his residence," said Gosling.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bode, such as: augur, betoken, forebode, forecast, foreshow, and foretell.

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