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  • a  not auspicious; boding ill
  • s  contrary to your interests or welfare
  • s  presaging ill fortune
    my words with inauspicious thunderings shook heaven"- P.B.Shelley

  • For a prize widely considered the world's most prestigious, the Nobels had a surprisingly inauspicious beginning.
  • Some pregnant women with babies due around the date scheduled their births for earlier, to avoid leaving their children with an inauspicious birth date.
  • There are no tears until he starts talking about his oldest son's inauspicious first year at college, seeing his father the presidential candidate on television regularly for the .

  • George Washington in Mathaba.Net
    In his Farewell Address in September, 1796, Washington said: "Overgrown military establishments are under any form of government inauspicious to liberty, and are to be regarded as particularly hostile to republican liberty."
  • Ian McGeechan in
    Speaking about Saturday's game, McGeechan said: "We are obviously delighted to have made it to the Final, particularly from such an inauspicious beginning in September and October. It will be a great occasion. Wasps versus Leicester is always a...
  • St Brendan in Bloomberg
    The second half of the year is off to an inauspicious start,said Brendan Caldwell, president of Caldwell Securities Ltd., which oversees the equivalent of $377 million in Toronto. "Earnings numbers will be strong this quarter, but...

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