auspiciously[ aw-spish-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF auspiciously
Synonyms for auspiciously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUSPICIOUSLY
It was a revolting ending for an adventure that had started so auspiciously.
"But the good work has been most auspiciously inaugurated," continued Lyman.
Thus the autumn manœuvres of Miss Norsham opened most auspiciously.
Of the year entered so auspiciously, none dreamt what the end was to be.
As a prelude to other good times Train Day sports were carried on auspiciously.
His lucky stars were most auspiciously grouped that morning.
Auspiciously as this reign had begun, however, it ended sadly.
After the first year has passed so auspiciously, why may not a second?
The United States had auspiciously inaugurated that movement.
It was an inglorious end to an undertaking which opened so auspiciously.