Word of the Day: ominous

om·i·nous adjective \ˈä-mə-nəs\: suggesting that something bad is going to happen in the future. Being or exhibiting an omen :  portentous; especially:  foreboding or foreshadowing evil :  inauspicious.

Definition source: http://www.merriam-webster.com

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2 thoughts on “Word of the Day: ominous”

  1. I thought about you and your Word of the Day yesterday when I used “bamboozle” in a text. Seriously, why would I use bamboozle on a tiny keyboard – it took a whole bunch of letters before it became a recognizable word

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