If we reject it the vivid colors will grow pale; it will be a baleful meteor, portending tempest and war.
The air was close, portending the storm that was to break later.
He understood the weather-signs of the Solimoës, and saw that a storm was portending.
Did that first division, portending a second division, afflict him?
portending some great danger, these omens have appeared all around, indicating a fearful battle.'
What's this fairy story about a portending lynching that Barton's been stuffing me with?
My star had shone but dimly the night before, portending danger; yet I knew not from what quarter to expect it.
But late in February there was a great bustle, portending movement.
If a woman gives birth to a child with the right nostril lacking, misfortune is portending.
If we reject it, the vivid colors will grow pale; it will be a baleful meteor, portending tempest and war.