auspicious

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From auspice +‎ -ious, from Latin auspicium (augury), from Latin auspex (augur), possibly via French.

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auspicious (comparative more auspicious, superlative most auspicious)

  1. Of good omen; indicating future success.
  2. Conducive to success.
    This is an auspicious day.
  3. Marked by success; prosperous.

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Last modified on 6 April 2014, at 21:35