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Besides; I tell you frankly, I do not augur well of what will happen.

Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, CompleteLouis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne

This their first taste of Hilda, the matured woman, did not augur well.

A Woman's BurdenFergus Hume

They augur a different policy hereafter, and we may hope for better results in the future.

The same good results we are willing to augur from this dawn of refinement at Sydney.

The augur afterwards announced the result of his observations in a set form of words, by which the magistrate was bound.

Chipping it with an adze, and boring it with an augur, to ascertain its quality.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

Lituus, li-tū′us, n. an augur's staff with recurved top: a spiral of similar form.

The augur muttered formula after formula, and Lentulus took pains to repeat the meaningless jargon after him.

A Friend of CaesarWilliam Stearns Davis

They procured an augur and bored through the obstruction, when the augur dropped to the handle.

The name seemed to augur well, and my adviser seemed so serious that I determined to make my way to Paradise.

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