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Definition of "ominously" []

  • In an ominous manner; with sinister foreboding (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ominously" in a sentence
  • "Maya leaves the room causally as if to visit the ladies 'and the cameras keep zooming in ominously on her naked mannequin."
  • "For example, things begin ominously in Matt Brighton's DVD Authority review of To Catch a Thief."
  • "And now, as we emerge from the pine-wood, a new Dolomite – a huge, dark, mournful-looking mountain ominously splashed with deep red stains – rises suddenly into towering prominence upon our left, and seems almost to overhang the road."