Mark and Omen


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Mark noun – A person or thing that is made fun of.
Omen and mark are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Omen" instead a noun "Mark".
Nearby Words: marked, marker, marking, marksman, markup
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Omen noun – Something believed to be a sign or warning of a future event.
Usage example: some people still believe that a black cat crossing your path is a bad omen

Mark and omen are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Mark" instead a noun "Omen".
Synonyms for Omen

How words are described

original original mark original omen
obvious obvious mark obvious omen
big big mark big omen
bad bad mark bad omen
Other adjectives: mysterious, last.

Both words in one sentence

  • Mark of the Beast In The Omen (1976), it is revealed that Damien has the "666" mark, but up above his hairline where you'd never see it unless you specifically searched for it.
  • Number of the Beast It's probably a Shout-Out to the 666 mark on Damien's head in The Omen, which is three sixes with their tails in the center.
  • Birthmark of Destiny Damien in The Omen, of course, bears the Mark of the Beast (hidden conveniently beneath his hair).
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