unauspicious

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unauspicious

(ˌʌnɔːˈspɪʃəs)
adj
inauspicious; unfavourable; unlucky
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But the same ornament can bring baleful situation and instability in the life of the wearer, if it is made with wrong combinations of the materials or worn on unsuitable part or on the wrong or unauspicious day.
From these unauspicious beginnings, Murphy went on to lead a thoroughly inauspicious life.
The wanton's charms, however bright, Are like the false illusive light, Whose flatt'ring unauspicious blaze To precipices oft betrays: But that sweet ray your beauties dart .
Zulo, undeterred by this unauspicious beginning, was caught up in the excitement of the theatre and eventually opened his own shop in 1980.