Portent in a sentence

Use Portent in a sentence


Meaning: [noun]a warning sign; omen ;

These birds are a portent of bad things to come.

Was this year’s wild weather a portent of things to come?

Is the London speech of Mr Cameron a portent?

After many generations, signs and portents warned the inhabitants of impending disaster.

As with every Buffett move, the deal is being examined for signs and portents about the U.S. economy.

The movements of the Hare were sometimes portents of things to come.

Government actions were repeatedly misinterpreted as portents of imminent relief.

Certain cultures consider multiple births a portent of either good or evil.

Everyone leaves the Althing and prepares, amid portents and prophecies, for the showdown.

He has just murdered Duncan, and the crime was accompanied by supernatural portents.

As the portents of the book start becoming true, Okamura loses her mind and decides to expedite the apocalypse.

This book covers human beings, portents and transformations.

No portent cloud come to cover the sun.