Translation of ill-omened in Spanish:


aciago, adj.

Pronunciation ///ˈɪl ˈˌoʊmənd/



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    aciago literary
    malaventurado literary
    • His birthday was ill-omened, for it found him afflicted by influenza.
    • According to Sontag, cancer is often ‘felt to be obscene - in the original meaning of that word: ill-omened, abominable, and repugnant to the senses.’
    • The breathless void of the sea was wantonly rousted out, as an ill-omened wind hailed from the east.
    • With this ill-omened report in his hand, Goering stepped out of the door of Hitler's salon.
    • On the second day of October, her evil family gave to her two ill-omened crows.
    • The building narrative progresses through ill-omened and distorted imagery of horses ill in a hospital and gaping splits in reality.
    • So too the fiendish destruction of the public and private Hermes figures in Athens two years earlier, on the ill-omened eve of sailing of the Athenian armada for Sicily.
    • The good news, therefore, is that naturally unlucky people don't have to accept their apparently ill-omened fates.
    • Why did Ella and I have to go to that ominous, ill-omened party on that fateful, fateful day?
    • I once had a Danish friend, now dead, who told me that his ancestor had aimed the ill-omened cannon, and claimed that it was out of penance that he became a professor of classics in a Canadian university.
    • I am not certain I could strike at any one of the ill-omened Wade family without partaking of your curse myself.
    • The psychic unease that Faulkner weaves into Quentin's obsession with the girl foreshadows an ill-omened conclusion.
    • Benny Lynch originated the stereotype of the ill-omened Scottish champion.
    • I was reminded of Maxwell Smart's ill-omened Cone of Silence.
    • She broke the walls of His study, setting every ill-omened text of unclean lore alight.
    • During the tour visitors walk to an impressive overlook to peer into the ill-omened pools of bubbling, black, steaming liquid.
    • To quote The Master of Ballantrae: ‘Something speaks in my bosom; and so much it says plain - that this is an ill-omened journey.’
    • The ill-omened page of postmodern historicism has been definitively turned.
    • I made him pose as my significant other at Penelope's party on that ill-omened day.
    • I could feel a maddening mixture of emotions percolating inside of me, and I had the distinct, ill-omened feeling that everything was going to rush to a boiling point tonight.