The time was spent in angry altercation, boding no good for the future.
Suddenly Mayo saw an ominous sight and heard a boding sound.
The boding speech appears like a prophecy, on the instant realised.
The epithet ‘boding,’ to which we have referred, is an example.
"There was a boding in it at one time that the slaver was nigh his death, if so be that I got loose," he said.
I know not how or when, but there are boding whispers within me that all will not be well.
It soon began to rain and thicken in the northwest, boding no good.
All that morning the recollection of the night before hung over Tom Chist like a great cloud of boding trouble.
Like ever-present sprite, its boding menace pose shifts in accord with each changing view and altered visual range.
You are not of the blood of princes, cried a voice of triumph and boding in their ears, but here behold the son of Rurik.
Old English bodian "proclaim, announce; foretell," from boda "messenger," probably from Proto-Germanic *budon- (cf. Old Saxon gibod, German gebot, Old Norse boð), from PIE *bheudh- "be aware, make aware" (see bid (v.)). As a shortened form of forebode (usually evil), it dates from 1740. Related: Boded; boding.