Propitious in a Sentence
Definition of Propitious
full of promise; favorable
Use Propitious in a sentence
The beautiful Hawaiian weather made it propitious for sun bathing yesterday.
When the butterfly landed on her shoulder, Alicia took it as a propitious sign she would have a fantastic day.
Because her boss was having a great week, Sharon believed it was a propitious time to inquire about a salary increase.
After my parents turned their attention to my younger sister, I knew it was a propitious time for me to sneak out of the room.
The wrestler waited for a propitious moment to attack his opponent.
It is obvious from the dark clouds that it is not a propitious day for a beach party.
With the violin music in the background and the rose petals on the floor, the environment was propitious for Tom’s wedding proposal.
Since her father had just received a bonus at work, Helen felt it was a propitious moment for her to ask for a loan.
With gas prices getting lower and lower, there has never been a more propitious time for a road trip.
Because of the tax breaks offered by the state of Georgia, it is propitious the new vampire movie will be filmed in the Atlanta area.
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favorable, promising, timely, fortunate, encouraging, opportune