1. Burde dette stå i Urban Dictionary?
ominously
Grave, Threatening "something that is perceived to have a bad outcome", "does not bode well"
A feeling we're struck by when perceiving a threat, mostly through what we see or hear.
"The employee made a grave mistake, and his boss looks at him Ominously".
"The ship sailed into treacherous waters, now ominously surrounded by rocks under shallow water"
"The survivor of the crash, finds him self in an ominously looking landscape".
"As Indiana Jones walks into the pitch black cave, he is met with an Ominously loud shriek echoing from further in".
by Guardian H-H on Jun 19, 2015

tags: omniously, omenously, ominosly, ominous, ominously

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