bode bode  /ˈboʊd/

Definition(s):

  • (v) indicate by signs

Usage(s):

  1. With a feisty dedication to the truth, Yoani Snchez's activities bode well for the future of her country.
  2. So far, it doesn't bode well for her plight.
  3. Researchers tracked changes over a handful of years in the weight and relationship status of 6,949 individuals, and their findings don't bode well for commitment.

News

  1. College News: Benton County, June 19, 2013

    Local Coe College students named to dean’s list CEDAR RAPIDS – The following students are area natives who have been named to the Coe College dean’s list for the spring 2013 term. Hannah Bode, Atkins, is the daughter of Carl and Nancy Bode, and a 2012 graduate of Benton Community High School. She recently completed her [...]
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Star Press Union

  2. Las Vegas Sands Kept at Neutral - Analyst Blog

    We maintain our Neutral recommendation on the U.S. based casino operator Las Vegas Sands Corp. ( LVS ). Although Las Vegas Sands' strong brand name and expansion strategy will bode well for
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Nasdaq

  3. Russia Returns to Form at Paris Air Show

    Russia has not always had a happy time at Le Bourget, but a strong lineup of 46 companies and an expanded exhibition space bode well this time round.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: New York Times

Quotes

  • "We need to embrace the challenge, and I'm sure we're both up for it," Flatt said. "We're young and spirited and have lots of enthusiasm, so I think that will bode well for the Olympics."
    on Jan 23, 2010 By: Rachael Flatt Source: Washington Post

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