auspices[ aw-speks ]SEE DEFINITION OF auspices
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUSPICES
Having got the promise of them from Agesilaus, he proceeded to take the auspices.
It will be an advantage to him, in a way, to have sung under the auspices of our committee.
Do we not serve under Aemilius Paullus and his Illyrian auspices?
They starved, or they performed or exhibited 'under the auspices of.'
The auspices ceased to be taken at marriages from the time of Cicero.
Paris saw most of his moneythe Paris which, under his auspices, Doggie never knew.
All this cruising was conducted under the auspices of Franklin.
Quintus is altogether on the side of the gods and the auspices.
This was made under the auspices of Captain Del Rio, who arrived on the ground in 1787.
Under the auspices of Mrs. Harbert this was done at Evanston.