Perhaps after all the missive did not portend the calamity that a note from school usually did.
To be sure, there was a slight haze around it that might portend rain later on.
Do they portend approaching death, which tells I soon must hence my darksome journey go?
In the infancy of astronomical science it was regarded by astrologers as a sign to portend the birth of an extraordinary individual.
I know not which way the wind is; but the aspect of things seems to portend a calm drizzle as much as anything else.
The momentary alarm he had felt as to what a letter that brought excitement to Beatrix could portend was dispersed.
His landscapes seem to portend the calm before some great upheaval, or to express a supernatural energy poised for an act of total annihilation.
Besides, if we will visit London, the present time is the best time, as some signs portend that it has reached its highest point.
In the mere function of suggestion, there is no difference between the power of a column of mercury to portend rain, and that of the entrails of an animal or the flight of birds to foretell the fortunes of war.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Portend | Portend Sentence
Stars shooting about portend wind.
The criticisms it has of late evoked portend its end.
Definition of Portend
(transitive) To serve as a warning or omen of. | (transitive) To signify; to denote.
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