Auspicious in a Sentence
Definition of Auspicious
being a sign of future success; indicating a promising future
Use Auspicious in a sentence
His brilliant acceptance speech was an auspicious start to his political career.
Everybody knows the end of the year is an auspicious time to buy a car!
Because everyone was happy and feeling generous at the party, it was an auspicious time to ask for charitable donations.
In Chinese culture, the shade of red is considered auspicious so Chinese men often wear red ties to important meetings.
After winning the swimming portion of the triathlon, the athlete seemed well on his way to having an auspicious Olympic debut.
As Janice looked up at the darkening clouds, she realized today was not going to be auspicious for a picnic.
Since his father was a state judge, Henry was born with an auspicious legal career ahead of him.
After his boss praised him for his work on the big project, Sam felt it was an auspicious time to ask for a promotion.
When the president took his oath without missing a word, everyone noted the event as an auspicious occasion.
With an auspicious start, the Jamaican runner was first off the block.
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favorable, opportune, promising, timely, encouraging, advantageous, hopeful
unfavorable, unfortunate, adverse, hopeless, unpromising