English to Welsh Meaning :: foreboding

Foreboding :
foreboding
- forebodingforebodings
 

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Noun(1) a feeling of evil to come(2) an unfavorable omen
Verb(1) make a prediction about; tell in advance
Adjective(1) ominously prophetic

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(1) While ambiguity is probably the most important feature of Nostradamus's prophecies, another notable feature is their dark, foreboding quality.(2) Something had stirred him prematurely from his sleep about an hour before his alarm would have sounded, and a sense of foreboding coursed through him.(3) To many people, caves are just dark and foreboding places, and even researchers can find caves relatively inaccessible and difficult to study.(4) The sense of fatalism and foreboding has been spread from the top downwards, by authorities whose primary concern appears to be to inoculate themselves against the charge of not doing enough.(5) The colorful scenes tend to be counterbalanced by some dark and foreboding sets, and many shots feature subdued lighting that tends to strain shadow detail.(6) You find yourself laughing and then feeling foolish because as you continue reading, you feel that sense of foreboding that comes when you know good times are just a set up for a tragedy that is sure to ensue.(7) Cue a sinister clap of thunder and a foreboding flash of lightning.(8) Only the King remained seated, yet there was fear in his dark, foreboding eyes.(9) A side who had trooped off with a sense of foreboding against the Swedes somehow re-emerged five nights later, entirely recuperated and forming an unrecognisably more confident unit.(10) A dark, foreboding forest surrounded the land with a cobblestone drive leading out and into the rest of the world.(11) He still didn't feel frightened - but he did have an uncomfortable sense of foreboding , the knowledge that something unpleasant was looming in his future.(12) He walked closer until we stood side by side staring out at the almost foreboding dark horizon.(13) The bright orange liquid that seeped through the gashes resembled blood, giving him an unpleasant sense of foreboding .(14) Christianity in the United States is at a dangerous and foreboding crossroads.(15) Then she stepped beyond the threshold of the dark and foreboding hole in the mountain, and turned on the lights at each side of her helmet.(16) A noise came from around the dark, foreboding corner.
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(1) forebode ::
forebode
Synonyms
Noun
1. apprehension ::
pryder
2. anxiety ::
pryder
3. trepidation ::
anesmwythder
4. disquiet ::
anesmwythyd
5. unease ::
anniddigrwydd
7. misgiving ::
misgiving
8. suspicion ::
amheuaeth
9. worry ::
poeni
10. fear ::
ofn
12. dread ::
dread
13. alarm ::
larwm
14. the willies ::
y willies
15. the heebie-jeebies ::
y heebie-jeebies
16. the jitters ::
y jitters
17. the creeps ::
y cripian
Adjective
18. fateful ::
tyngedfennol
19. portentous ::
portentous
Verb
20. presage ::
presage
21. augur ::
taradr
22. portend ::
portend
23. herald ::
herald
24. warn of ::
rhybuddio o
25. forewarn of ::
rhybuddio o
26. foreshadow ::
foreshadow
27. be an omen of ::
yn omen o
28. indicate ::
dangos
29. signify ::
arwydd
30. signal ::
signal
31. promise ::
addewid
32. threaten ::
bygwth
33. spell ::
sillafu
34. denote ::
ddynodi
35. betoken ::
betoken
36. foretoken ::
foretoken
Different Forms
foreboding, forebodings
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