Thesaurus / auspiciously
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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My principal longing was to get the meal over in order that I might finish the conversation which had opened so auspiciously.
THE MOTOR PIRATEGEORGE SIDNEY PATERNOSTER
The complicated state of English politics proved the ruin of this noble undertaking, so auspiciously commenced.
After the first year has passed so auspiciously, why may not a second?
The fencing lessons, begun so auspiciously that first evening, became a regular event.
THE GREAT QUESTCHARLES BOARDMAN HAWES
The treasury received a splendid amount of funds to carry on the good work so auspiciously begun.
SIXTY YEARS OF CALIFORNIA SONGMARGARET BLAKE-ALVERSON
She came to us auspiciously on a day in the first week of June.
THE BOSS OF LITTLE ARCADYHARRY LEON WILSON
This idea was employed by Leibnitz, and most auspiciously by Gierolamo Saccheri in 1733.
But little Henrietta was not yet to continue the career she had so auspiciously begun.
The anniversary of our national independence has dawned upon the Americans in Puebla most auspiciously.
It roused his ambition, heightened his hope, and encouraged him to continue a career so auspiciously begun.

WORDS RELATED TO AUSPICIOUSLY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.