inauspiciously


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in·aus·pi·cious

 (ĭn′ô-spĭsh′əs)
adj.
Not favorable; not auspicious.

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

inauspiciously

[ˌɪnɔːsˈpɪʃəslɪ] ADVde modo poco propicio, en condiciones desfavorables

inauspiciously

inauspiciously

[ˌɪnɔːsˈpɪʃəslɪ] advin modo poco propizio
References in classic literature ?
In one part, carcases of houses, inauspiciously begun and never finished, rotted away.
She was in tears, and, strange as it was, in spite of the emotions he felt at the sight of these tears, he looked also at Madame de Villefort, and it appeared to him as if a slight gloomy smile had passed over her thin lips, like a meteor seen passing inauspiciously between two clouds in a stormy sky.
It was evident that they did not like the outlook of a voyage under such a captain and begun so inauspiciously.
So delighted,' said Mrs Merdle, 'to resume an acquaintance so inauspiciously begun at Martigny.
New Zealand's innings had begun inauspiciously, even troublingly, as Martin Guptill fell to a first-ball duck, regular dangerman Brendon McCullum went for 25 and Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor also departed cheaply.
An overwhelmingly white jury found McMillian guilty of the murder, and the judge inauspiciously named Robert E Lee Key Jr sentenced him to die.
The match began inauspiciously for Wozniacki, who struggled with the warm winds that blew through the stadium.
IT began inauspiciously with Richard Burton's Rolls Royce equipped with a TV and full bar arriving on set without the Welsh star, who was "indisposed".
The new era has begun inauspiciously with the Kevin Pieterson row but there were more positive signs in the second one-day international on Sunday.
It all started rather more inauspiciously, however, back in 1988 when he was cast in multiple roles – including that of a Jet in the end – in the Broadway production of Jerome Robbins's Broadway.
Casey had started inauspiciously with a bogey on the 10th and followed that with eight straight pars to the turn, but he then birdied five of his next seven holes and made sure to check out his name high on the leaderboard as he finished.