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See definition of auspiciously on Dictionary.com
  • as insuccessfully
  • as infavorably
  • as infortunately
  • as inhappily

synonyms for auspiciously

  • profitably
  • strongly
  • well
  • flourishingly
  • fortuitously
  • fortunately
  • opportunely
  • propitiously
  • prosperously
  • swimmingly
  • thrivingly
  • triumphantly
  • victoriously
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How to use auspiciously in a sentence

But Peg shook her bobbed head and refused to promise that she would keep up the friendship so auspiciously begun.
THE GIRL SCOUTS AT CAMP COMALONGLILLIAN GARIS
That day, opening thus auspiciously to Beck, was memorable also to other and more prominent persons in this history.
LUCRETIA, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
The third of October had broken auspiciously with a bright sun and a cloudless sky.
THE MYSTERY OF CLOOMBERARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
It was Sunday, and never Sabbath broke fairer than that one, or sun shone more auspiciously on the commencement of a voyage.
IN EASTERN SEASJ. J. SMITH
My second attempt to break into the casual ward began more auspiciously.
THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSSJACK LONDON
The session began very auspiciously with some happy songs, and Peace's spirits rose.
THE LILAC LADYRUTH ALBERTA BROWN
The service had auspiciously begun in 1850 with four of the five steamships called for by the contract.
MANUAL OF SHIP SUBSIDIESEDWIN M. BACON
What I felt, in returning so auspiciously to the old familiar places, I shall not endeavour to describe.
THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD CHARLES DICKENS
“My children have never been punished,” continued Mrs. Holmes, now auspiciously launched upon her favourite theme.
AT THE SIGN OF THE JACK O'LANTERNMYRTLE REED
No matter how auspiciously you start with a plan, do you not live to regret your efforts and the attainment of your desire?
STUDIES IN THE POETRY OF ITALY, I. ROMANFRANK JUSTUS MILLER
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WORDS RELATED TO AUSPICIOUSLY

  • auspiciously
  • conveniently
  • fortunately
  • happily
  • profitably
  • prosperously
  • satisfyingly
  • successfully
  • swimmingly
  • to one's advantage
  • well
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