auspicious

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  • Info Auspicious is a Latin-derived word originally pertaining to the taking of 'auspices' by the augurs of ancient Rome.
  • The young duke and his wife began their life together under the most auspicious circumstances. Cited from Women of the Romance Countries, by John R. Effinger
  • An auspicious beginning is thus made on the first day of the year.
  • His international career didn't get off to the most auspicious start.
  • We have now entered on an auspicious period in the history of the mission. Cited from History Of The Missions Of The American Board, by Rufus Anderson
  • Land which is low on the west and high in the east is also auspicious.
  • Members of the news media had arrived at the base earlier to mark this auspicious occasion.
  • Then he would receive his kingdom and begin his auspicious reign. Cited from Twenty-Four Short Sermons On Universal Salvation, by John Bovee Dods
  • Marriage has been recognized as one of the most auspicious occasions in one's life.
  • It cannot be said, however, that his entry into the army was auspicious. Cited from Boys' Book of Famous Soldiers, by J. Walker McSpadden
  • Never was there such a happy couple; nor a more auspicious day. Cited from Complete Prose Works of Martin Farquhar Tupper, ed. by W. C. Armstrong
  • For such an object the morning of the year is most auspicious. Cited from Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, Jan. 1844, Vol. 23, Nbr. 1
  • The new moon day is very auspicious day for the lord and so for the people of the town.
  • Full moon days are considered auspicious days to visit this temple.
  • It may perhaps interest the reader to know how much this auspicious event cost the French nation. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878, by Various
  • Therefore meet them only to gain benefit from their auspicious company.
  • Musicians playing traditional music can be invited to start the function at the given auspicious time.
  • It is commonly believed that this month is very auspicious for marriage.
  • But matters have recently taken a different and less auspicious turn. Cited from A Tour in France and Germany, Vol. 3, by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
  • Most of them were dressed for the auspicious occasion when I arrived on the scene. Cited from Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore, by Pauline Lester
  • Some months are considered very auspicious while a few are considered inauspicious as well.
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Meaning of auspicious

  • adjective Auguring favorable circumstances and good luck
    an auspicious beginning for the campaign