36 SIGNIFYING NAMES example, Aemilius Paullus found an ominous meaning where he wanted one, in the sudden death of Aemilia's ominously named puppy, Persea (Cic.
____The mosquitoes, eager for a feast, sang ominously about my ears as I settled into the dark of my tent. 9. ____ Who was it who first said "TV is a barren wasteland?"
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ominously (AHM-uh-nuhs-lee) adverb; suggesting something bad is going to happen; forebodingly example: Thunder rumbled ominously as the Pritchards pulled into the old motel.
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Ominously c. Complacently d. Entranced 5. Give the parts of speech of the below four words. Fashioned _____ Arrogant _____ Aspect _____ Ominously_____
Example: The overexcited agitator yelled ominously. Structure and Meaning are Independent Example 1: 'Colourless Green Ideas Sleep Furiously' Example 2: 'The rabbit the fence jumped"