Word – Auspicious
Auspicious – Word of the day
suggesting a positive and successful future.
During the Roman times, people predicted future events by watching the behavior of animals and birds. A related word, auspicium, meant ‘taking omens from birds.’ Auspicium then became a part of the English dictionary as auspice in the 16th century. It was originally meant just as a Roman concept, but then came to mean, ‘a premonition or forecast, especially of a happy future.’
- Let’s keep our house warming on an auspicious day.
- The first movie for this actor was a hit, that is indeed an auspicious beginning.
- I don’t think it was an auspicious day.
- My mom always waits for an auspicious day before planning anything important.
- The new moon day is considered an auspicious occasion.
- The movie had pointed out several auspicious occasion.
- My business hasn’t been going well, it hasn’t been an auspicious start for my new branch.
- The new song become viral for the BVD band, it has been an auspicious start for them!
Denis: I am planning on my housewarming ceremony next week.
Fanny: Are you? Well, when is it?
Denis: I am still thinking about it. I want it to be on an auspicious day.