auspiciousness


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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:
Noun1.auspiciousness - the favorable quality of strongly indicating a successful result
advantageousness, favorableness, favourableness, profitableness, positiveness, positivity - the quality of being encouraging or promising of a successful outcome
inauspiciousness, unpropitiousness - the quality of suggesting an unsuccessful result
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Ms Bali, of Fartown, started the march by chanting a Hindu prayer for auspiciousness and unity.
During festivals like Akshaya Tritiya, majority of the customers purchase gold jewellery because of the auspiciousness attached to this festival.
Mud is also connected to the lotus -- a sacred Hindu image of auspiciousness and spiritual growth, for a lotus rises unsullied from the mud to blossom.
On the Auspiciousness of Compassionate Violence," Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Volume 33, Number 1-2, 2010 (2011), 299-331.
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In spoken Chinese the word yu can mean both 'fish' and 'surplus', so fish symbolise wealth, and their auspiciousness is enhanced by their underglaze and overglaze colours.
All of these fasts, vows, and ritual offerings described by Uma revolve around a tight-knit set of concerns, all essentially inseparable one from the other, which comfortably weave together in 29A: the long and healthy life of the husband, ensuring against widowhood, the birth and long life of sons, wealth, physical beauty, ascendency over co-wives and the retention of the husband's favor and affection, and the property of saubhagya or wifely auspiciousness which implies all of these things, particularly freedom from widowhood.
The "Dragon Robe" series derives from the five traditional Chinese colors (black, white, red, yellow and green) extensively used in the daily wardrobes of crown princesses of the Qing dynasty, as well as the four patterns symbolizing auspiciousness (richness, dignity, longevity and happiness) which were commonly used by the Chinese royal family.
Decorating my house with fresh flowers is my way to welcome auspiciousness on this day.
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