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- adv. in a foreboding manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a foreboding manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a foreboding or threatening manner.
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August stock-trading volume, usually thin as institutional traders and individual investors alike take summer vacation, has been inordinately heavy during the market gyrations this month—forebodingly so on certain days.
AndrewRomano: Dear reporters: all profiles of Rick Perry must end, forebodingly, w/ the phrase "He's never lost an election."
After Lucia of LD Dance performs with a sprained ankle, hip-hop troupe Fatally Unique's status is put into question when one of its dancers is forebodingly taken to the hospital on a stretcher following a collapsing pyramid during rehearsals.
"No good will come of them, sir," Tom Spink, at the wheel, told us, shaking his head forebodingly.
It continues even more forebodingly, saying, "While the other will see theirs unravel -- because not every fairytale can have a happy ending."
"I thought you were going to tell me that you were breaking up with me," she forebodingly jokes.
It will come to a head in the fourth episode, forebodingly titled "The Stinson Missile Crisis," in which Robin has an "explosive moment" that leads her to meeting her shrink and love interest Kevin Kal Penn.
The next evening, as the winds and the surf forebodingly picked up, we were told to evacuate the resort.
It's also unfortunate that the standoff comes as the NFL's collective-bargaining agreement is set to expire, and a lockout forebodingly looms.
But it is unconscionable and criminal for officials to avoid using the "F" word to describe the forebodingly bleak food situation in Ethiopia today because they are concerned it would cast a "negative image" on them.