ominously, it usually was prescribed for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
“Our financial situation is too dire for Obama to be in office another four years,” Saylor says, ominously.
This week, Merkel ominously said she expects it will take Europe another decade to extricate itself from the crisis.
Meanwhile, the economic avalanche that will bury us all ominously gathers force.
No Arizona county coroner has reported a beheaded crime victim in the desert, as Jan Brewer ominously charged.
Never, he flattered himself, had he seen anything so gregariously ugly—operatively, ominously so cruel.
"You'll leave me for her, sometime," he would say to his wife, ominously.
"We must just right-about face, and get back to New York," said the captain, ominously.
Now that I was alone they repeated themselves most ominously.
Then every thing once more became dark and gloomy and ominously still.