auspicious[ aw-spish-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF auspicious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUSPICIOUS
Certainly it was not an auspicious beginning for Scottie Macdougal.
We have begun it under circumstances of the most auspicious nature.
Most of them were dressed for the auspicious occasion when I arrived on the scene.
I find myself even now on this auspicious midnight writing with your words.
Their coming is auspicious, and I am happy to be of service to them.
We arrived in sight of our future home, under most auspicious circumstances.
Surely these days are not auspicious ones for marriages, and surely better will come.
It was a most auspicious moment; they found him in a delirium of joy.
Would that kiss have been given if Fate had been auspicious?
Jean would not hide his talent in a napkin on so auspicious an occasion as this.