Ominous

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Negative FeelPlay
‘Ominous’ describes situations filled with a sense of threat or danger. SlideThe sky looked ominous with dark clouds gathering.
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Not Always VisiblePlay
Something ominous suggests a feeling of evil or harm that is not necessarily visible. SlideAn ominous presence lingered in the abandoned house.
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Enhance with AdverbsPlay
Use adverbs to intensify the sense of dread, such as 'highly' or 'increasingly'. SlideThe silence became increasingly ominous as he entered the room.