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foreboding

fawr boh ding

  • n  a feeling of evil to come
    a steadily escalating sense of foreboding
  • n  an unfavorable omen
  • v  make a prediction about; tell in advance
  • s  ominously prophetic

  • This year same place, same foreboding (economic, at least), and 'N Sync, Backstreet Boys and Norman Schwarzkopf headlining the over-the-top party at Ground Zero of late last .
  • Over the Middle East last week hung a cloud of feara vague foreboding not felt since the days of the Suez war.
  • To a world that received the initial news with shock and foreboding, the explosion and fire at the Soviet Union's Chernobyl nuclear plant suddenly became as close as wind and rain .
News & Articles

  • Explore the sound of violence in 'Berberian Sound Studio'
    ‘Berberian Sound Studio” reminded me of the time my friend Daniela walked out of “The Shining.” “I can’t take it anymore. It’s too scary,” she said. It was the opening credits. But, in her defense: Who hasn’t been mesmerized, if not terrified, by the intensely foreboding theme...
    June 14, 2013 - New York Post
  • Sound of violence
    ‘Berberian Sound Studio” reminded me of the time my friend Daniela walked out of “The Shining.” “I can’t take it anymore. It’s too scary,” she said. It was the opening credits. But, in her defense: Who hasn’t been mesmerized, if not terrified, by the intensely foreboding theme...
    June 14, 2013 - New York Post
  • Divine drama: Stage 3 presents 'The Diviners'
    Dark, foreboding — and downright delightful: that's the seemingly disparate description of "The Diviners," the next play this season presented by Stage 3 Theatre Company in Sonora.
    June 13, 2013 - Modesto Bee
Quotes

  • Boris Johnson in FOXNews
    There are those who say we should look ahead to 2009 with foreboding,Johnson said.
  • Ramachandra Guha in Globe and Mail
    There's a sense of foreboding and fear,said Ramachandra Guha, a prominent historian and author of India after Gandhi. "If it happens to the Tatas, it means something much more than if it was happening to other companies."
  • William Manchester in Philadelphia Inquirer
    Evangelist Billy Graham had attempted to reach Kennedy . . . about his own foreboding. The Dallas mood was no secret,Manchester wrote.

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