Lapid is the first politician to emerge from this politics and is in any case a portent of things to come.
At times, it seemed Leonard was awaiting a portent or an omen.
Online activity is not therefore a portent of offline activity.
Is this a passing phase or a portent of something more serious?
As the great commentator, the Ramban, teaches, “everything that happened to the Patriarchs is a portent for the children.”
A portent of some new and unusual event, or rather the punishment attendant on some atrocious crime.
It was the hush of portent, the hush of watchfulness, the hush of a threatening tension.
Questioning what this portent might mean, I saw a mighty phantom rise through the air.
They had him, but it was like getting hold of an apparition, a wraith, a portent.
It was like a portent of something hanging over him, or over her who occupied so much of his thoughts.