propitiously[ pruh-pish-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF propitiously
Synonyms for propitiously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROPITIOUSLY
Marjorie's first day of school had begun far from propitiously.
Everything seemed to be going on so propitiously that Dainty cast her dismal forebodings to the winds.
As if specially for the occasion, there came three days of delightful May weather with a propitiously quiet atmosphere.
As the day had begun so propitiously we sat down and had a decent breakfast.
Everything went on propitiously, until, in an hour of woe, it was discovered that the infant Princess could not speak!
It opened most propitiously and was one of those soft, balmy September days, more like early June than autumn.
After that the political relations of the two States seemed about to shape themselves most propitiously.
But adventures are to the adventurous; and surely this one had started off propitiously enough!
Now the journey, propitiously begun, became more exhilarating, more exciting with each mile flung by.
My first night in this dismal and strangely ordered house had opened anything but propitiously.