inauspiciously inauspiciously


  • (adv) in an inauspicious manner


  1. Whatever his act, it began inauspiciously.
  2. Whatever his act, it began inauspiciously.
  3. Most of these projects, including the inauspiciously named Twin Towers, sit idle for lack of investment.


  • Justin Phillip arrives

    Justin Phillip's career started inauspiciously three years ago when he dumped his rider during the post parade and ran off before his scheduled first start at Saratoga Race Course. Winning trainer Steve Asmussen felt Justin Phillip was overdue after losing by a neck to Poseidon's Warrior in the Vanderbilt last year. Justin Phillip made his debut 12 days later, finishing second in a race at ...
    on August 5, 2013     Source: Albany Times Union

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