auspiciously auspiciously


  • (adv) in an auspicious manner


  1. He must let the voters see him, as often and auspiciously as possible.
  2. Boeing's unveiling of the new 787 Dreamliner, auspiciously timed for 7807, drew a crowd of 15,000 employees and their guests to Boeing's Everett, Wash.
  3. Even the arrival of her sixth grandchild seemed auspiciously timed to remind everyone of her motherly side.


  • A quest for calm in Santorini, Greece

    Our first morning on Santorini started out auspiciously enough. We headed for breakfast at Mama's House, a restaurant in the town of Fira that our guidebooks highly recommended. Along the way, we stopped to take pictures in front of a whitewashed church topped by a brilliant blue dome. A few fellow tourists meandered by.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Troy Record


  • "Mr Fukuda brings to his high office a wealth of experience that auspiciously began with him serving as secretary to his late father, prime minister Takeo Fukuda, whose 'Fukuda Doctrine' - announced in Manila in 1977 - defined Japan's relations with...
    on Sep 25, 2007 By: Ignacio Bunye Source:

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