Examples of omen in a Sentence
They regarded the win as a good omen for the team.
omens of things to come
Recent Examples of omen from the Web
So is the voting boom in Sacramento County an omen of good things to come if SB 450 expands statewide?
But under all that, there’s a recurring sense of something looming — a dark cloud, an omen, a bad dream — that is driving him to retreat to the solitary pleasures of making songs and listening to music.
Voters in the 10th District chose Hillary Clinton over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Northam over Perriello — a good omen for Wexton, the establishment favorite.
Brown ended with 24 points and Smart had 14 Bad omenThe Sixers shot 54.8 percent from the field in the first half and trailed by nine at intermission.
But for Kansas City, Sunday's news could be a troubling omen.
Hoffman fell five votes shorts of election last year, a result that represented both a disappointing finish and a favorable omen.
The Reds are in action against Real Madrid in the final on Saturday, with many taking the news as a good omen for their chances in Kiev.
That last initiative, while in the early stages for LCI, could be a bad omen for Elkhart.
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straw in the wind;
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Definition of omen for English Language Learners
: something that is believed to be a sign or warning of something that will happen in the future
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