ill-omened[ il-oh-muh nd ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-omened
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-OMENED
The second lambda is inserted in order to avoid the ill-omened sound of destruction.
The design of her eyebrows also was the same, rigid and ill-omened.
Heyst cast an indifferent glance at the ill-omened chaos of the sky.
I watched the ill-omened company, till I saw them enter the gate.
In short, it was an ill-omened day, which upset his entire existence.
Number 3, Lauriston Gardens wore an ill-omened and minatory look.
This was not the last time we were to see that ill-omened craft.
In spite of this ill-omened beginning, The Bunhouse did very useful work.
Now behold the most pernicious circumstance in this ill-omened connection.
The ill-omened boy, George, was the exact opposite of his brother.