auspiciously


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aus·pi·cious

 (ô-spĭsh′əs)
adj.
Presenting favorable circumstances or showing signs of a favorable outcome; propitious: an auspicious time to ask for a raise.

aus·pi′cious·ly adv.
aus·pi′cious·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.auspiciously - in an auspicious manner; "he started his new job auspiciously on his birthday"
inauspiciously, unpropitiously - in an inauspicious manner; "he started his new job inauspiciously on Friday the 13th"
Translations

auspiciously

[ɔːsˈpɪʃəslɪ] ADVcon buenos auspicios, propiciamente
to start auspiciouslycomenzar felizmente or con buenos auspicios

auspiciously

auspiciously

[ɔːsˈpɪʃəslɪ] adv (frm) → favorevolmente, sotto buoni auspici
to begin auspiciously → incominciare sotto buoni auspici
References in classic literature ?
But the day did not close so auspiciously as it began.
Hither, on the first morning of my so auspiciously beginning life on my own account, the oldest of the regular boys was summoned to show me my business.
Various were the emotions depicted upon the countenances of the starboard watch whilst listening to this address; but on its conclusion there was a general move towards the forecastle, and we soon were all busily engaged in getting ready for the holiday so auspiciously announced by the skipper.
It was in the course of the evening after the scene with the Captain that he joined her, awkwardly, abruptly, irresistibly, on the deck, where she was pacing to and fro alone, the hour being auspiciously mild and the stars remarkably fine.
Auspiciously it provides instant "go/no-go" results displayed directly on your part, almost instantaneously.
Most auspiciously, 89% favor cutting government spending, 83% support no tax increases, 76% support less government regulations and 75% support deporting more illegal aliens.
During the one-night visit on Thursday, the Prime Minister drove up from an official visit to Swansea to stay in the auspiciously named boutique hotel in Cathedral Road where he dined with Welsh Conservative MPs and AMs.
A visit to Brown Rice Thai Cuisine began auspiciously, after departing customers offered us a half-bottle of Riesling.
Henry, whose reign began auspiciously, eventually developed the paranoid brutality of Stalin along with the promiscuity of Bill Clinton.
Less auspiciously, the best course of action in dealing with economic complications such as slowdowns is to cut business costs, reduce taxes, slash regulations, and diminish government spending (249).
Their programme this season begins very auspiciously, with a recital from the highly popular baritone Roderick Williams, accompanied by Susie Allan in a wonderful programme whose highlights are Britten's Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, and songs from Schubert's Schwanengesang (September 25).
While not rigidly chronological, the stages of his career are visibly defined, from the pastel paintings of WWI Holland to the busy 'boogie woogie' tramway lines of his works completed in New York where, auspiciously for us, his studio apartment was captured on - colour - cine film.