OTHER WORDS FROM forebodefore·bod·er, nounun·fore·bod·ed, adjective
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Now, with real inflation for the first time in more than a generation, the dormant fears have been roused, and fear has a way of gripping not just our sense of the present but foreboding about the future.Inflation May Already Have Peaked. Overreacting Brings Its Own Risks|Zachary Karabell|May 13, 2022|Time
The reality of the crisis isn’t as foreboding as Milman initially makes it seem.
Amid a sea of blinking green and blue lights, an entire rack of computers suddenly scintillates yellow, and then, after a few seconds, a foreboding red.
Having each court changing schedules and advancing a larger volume of cases to trial has filled him with a feeling of foreboding.Amid Calls for Reform, Maine’s Criminal Defense System Reaches a “Breaking Point”|by Samantha Hogan, The Maine Monitor|June 8, 2021|ProPublica
They all seem to represent doors or portals of some kind—dark, monumental, and foreboding.How These Rothkos Were Restored Without Touching the Canvas|Adam Rogers|May 30, 2021|The Daily Beast
The color has also been used to forebode an omen or a threat.
The storm raised over King Christian's letter was such as to forebode no other settlement than by arms.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year|Edwin Emerson
From her history the shadow of the Horde, one is tempted to forebode, in the words of Poe, shall be lifted nevermore.The Rise of the Russian Empire|Hector H. Munro
The menaces of my persecutor seemed to forebode the inevitable interruption of this system.Caleb Williams|William Godwin
This profound tranquility excited the suspicions of the Black Bear; it seemed to forebode an impending storm.The Tiger-Slayer|Gustave Aimard
Perhaps—but her tone did not forebode a cheerful conversation.Mrs. Maxon Protests|Anthony Hope