other words for omen
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When a lifetime nomination for the Supreme Court becomes the source of spreading a deadly virus, it should be taken as an omen.
Although Mayer’s exit in the midst of negotiations seems like a bad omen for TikTok’s future, Zhang says the Microsoft deal is unlikely to be unaffected.
Again he won his stake, an omen for the day, and was exultant.
If they remain unmoved on the left, or adhere to the right, then it is an omen that the absent loved one will remain faithful.
If dark and dingy, the omen was bad, and they were ordered to sit still.
But in the meantime its disappearance troubled me like an omen.
René took the incident as an omen, and turned his ode into a prophecy which he delivered to his master as the utterance of God.
It was the custom of those times to draw an omen from the verse that was chanting, when a person entered the church.
But after the elapse of that period a change occurred, which unfortunately reversed the omen.
Jupiter, in answer to the prayer of Agamemnon, sends an omen to encourage the Greeks.
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