augur[ aw-ger ]SEE DEFINITION OF augur
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUGUR
I say this, because for the present project I can augur no success.
Tell me frankly what could you augur for a cause of which this youth was to be the champion?'
Chipping it with an adze, and boring it with an augur, to ascertain its quality.
I augur little success from the plan which you have been induced to follow.
In so far their suggestion would not augur well for the execution.
The ceremony required the presence of an augur and a pontifex to hold it.
One of the judices rejected by Verres on his trial, a pontifex and augur.
Let me augur that a disorder so tractable may be soon removed.
They cannot divine its meaning, but neither do they augur well of it.
"When we do slay a victim, we will come to you as our augur, my Carlo," said Agostino.