• Definition for "bode"
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bode definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • become an omen of: hefty seas that boded trouble for small-craft.
    • Archaic To predict; foretell.
    • to point by indications, as future occasions; to-be the omen of; to portend to presage; to foreshow.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • becoming an omen; portend: The peace accord bodes really when it comes to city under siege.
    • To foreshow some thing; to augur.
  • verb:
    • A past tight of bide.
    • to point by indications, as future events; to be the omen of; to portend to presage; to foreshow.
    • To foreshow anything; to augur.
    • Simple last of bide.
    • indicate by signs
  • noun:
    • An omen; a foreshadowing.
    • A bid; an offer. A messenger; a herald.
    • A stop; a halting; delay.
    • An omen; a foreshadowing.
    • A bid; an offer.
    • A messenger; a herald.
    • A stop; a halting; wait.
    • A messenger; a herald; one that declares or conveys a message.
    • A command; an order.
    • An announcement; an email.
    • Omen; premonition; augury.
    • A foreboding; presentiment.
    • A bid; the purchase price made available from a buyer or expected by a seller.
    • A stop; delay.
  • imperative-and-past-participle:
    • Abode.
  • past-participle:
    • Bid or bidden.
  • others:
    • To announce; proclaim; preach.
    • To decree; demand; bid.
    • To announce first; prognosticate; predict; presage.
    • To portend; augur; be an omen or indicator of; betoken: with a non-personal subject.
    • To forebode or have a presentiment of (ill, or coming disaster).
    • Synonyms To augur, betoken, portend.
    • To guarantee; portend: with really or ill: as, this bodes really for your success.
    • To presage anything wicked; be of evil omen.
    • To bid for; make an offer for; purchase.
    • Preterit and previous participle of bide.
    • Bidden; commanded.
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