Victims were sacrificed, and the omens declared not unpropitious.
He saw the change, but it did not grieve him; he hailed the omens which he drew from it.
A seeker for omens might have said that the heavens were weeping over our ill-fated venture.
She saw no light—and she trembled like one to whom the omens are hostile.
The same is true of the augurs or experts in signs and omens.
He is the giver of omens (p. 45), good and bad, rains and floods.
Like other superstitious people they are great believers in omens.
His birth was surrounded by all manner of signs and omens, we are told.
A dangerous campaign lay before him, and the omens—but pshaw!
"But the omens, my father," she said, after a moment's pause.