bode (v.) 1
forebode, portend, predict, augur
2H6 I.ii.31 [Gloucester to Duchess, of his dream] what it doth bode, God knows
2H6 III.ii.85 [Queen to King, of her difficult journey to England] What boded this
3H6 II.i.39 [Edward to Richard, of seeing three suns] Whate'er it bodes, henceforward will I bear / Upon my target three fair-shining suns
Ham I.i.69 [Horatio to Marcellus, of the Ghost] This bodes some strange eruption to our state
MA II.iii.82 [Benedick to himself, of Balthasar] I pray God his bad voice bode no mischief
MA III.ii.39 [Claudio to Don Pedro, of Benedick] 'A brushes his hat o'mornings; what should that bode?
Oth IV.iii.56 [Desdemona to Emilia] Mine eyes do itch: / Does that bode weeping?
Oth V.ii.244 [Emilia as if to Desdemona] What did thy song bode, lady?
Tit II.iii.195 [Quintus to Aaron] My sight is very dull, whate'er it bodes
TS V.ii.106 [Hortensio to Lucentio, of Katherina's obedience] I wonder what it bodes