Bode in a sentence as a verb

And these charts dont bode at all well, on that front.

One thing that didn't bode well for him: > Finally, on Mar.

Mmh, 14 days remaining and only 27% funded, it doesn't bode well.

It doesn't bode well for your platform when your own internal teams can't ship best of breed apps.

The fact that even they are throwing around words like "disaster" doesn't bode well in my mind.

Basically two things didn't bode well for us. One, the locking killed reading...we just had a hard time keeping the flow of writes and the flow of data to our statistics cluster alive.

That weather app looks completely useless in the real world, and the fact that Apple's internal processes have allowed this to be launched does not bode well.

If you can't get straight answers about why it's unusual, that could just be a sign of general cluelessness --- but management being that clueless doesn't bode well for the future of the business.

These predictive failures in the datasets we can check bode ill for the prospect of hindcasting global average temperatures to within 1 degree more than 8000 years ago.

There is no way the conservatives on the court would favor extraterritorial application of the Constitution with regards to undersea wiretaps, but it could bode well for challenges to domestic surveillance.

I mean, any competent developer would immediately realize that this password reset system is flawed by design, especially with the fact that the user's information requested is the information the hackers already have!This does not bode well for the near future of PSN as a whole.

If you honestly don't understand that -- if you truly believe in your heart that the dismissal of Oracle is somehow merely Occupy-esque anti-corporate sentiment -- then you yourself probably have an inability to empathize that should bode very well for your future career at Oracle.

Bode definitions


indicate by signs; "These signs bode bad news"