ominous in Arabic
Another good-for-nothing scamp who comes in search of the Spanish ranchman! If he doesn't move on soon. I'll kick him out! But the suitor did not stand long on the order of his going, intimidated by the ominous silence of the Patron.
The panic had caused many love-affairs to be forgotten, had broken off long intimacies, but Marguerite's temperament was above such incoherencies from mere flight. Julio felt that her terseness was very ominous.
"I am not to be lodged there," the King said, with a shudder that had something in it ominous.
A long, thin arm carrying several obscure pieces of machinery disappeared down that ominous tunnel.
A low, ominous growl escaped, the beast shuddering with pleasure, needing primitive satisfaction.
As he did, Johnny had added to his terror by telling him, in a low and ominous voice, to look out for the whiskers.
For it was an ominous sound, one of the kinds of thing they had been subconsciously expecting.
It moved toward them with a kind of ominous inexorability, and flickers of lightning glimmered in its sooty underbelly.
Langdon felt an ominous chill as he and Vittoria moved into the cool, black umbra.
Most speculators ignore this ominous figure.
threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments: minatory, minacious, alarming, sinister, threatening, forbidding, baleful, menacing
presaging ill fortune: ill, inauspicious, unpropitious