inauspicious

[ in-aw-spish-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF inauspicious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INAUSPICIOUS

Why are you thus altered, and what means this inauspicious quick-sightedness and alarm?

For tears and cries are the inauspicious signs by which children show what they love and hate.

This was an inauspicious commencement of an active and anxious career.

Mildly and not unjustly Roger calls this "an inauspicious question."

It was a dashing victory, gallantly won after an inauspicious start.

She wondered what further unpleasantness was about to happen to her on that inauspicious night.

Into this inauspicious apartment was I conducted by my strange companions.

Hence the place was deserted, and has ever since been regarded as inauspicious.

Sundays, which are auspicious for weddings, are inauspicious for crimes.

I shall be lifelong imprisoned for the inauspicious event of this evening.

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