Ominate


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Om´i`nate


v. t. & i.1.To presage; to foreshow; to foretoken.
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There are five ategories for which you can ominate your avourite local pot.
But what do the people of Cardiff think about the huge, intrusive metal fence that will d ominate the city's treasured Bute Park for the best part of a month, with major central areas blocked off to the public?
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However, with the threat failing to materialise, McSheffrey extended the hosts' lead before Brunt pulled one back and it was Wednesday's turn to d ominate.
You could almost prepare for a game similar to the French match, they don't play a wide game although they have the players to do that, but they try to ominate up front first.