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Inauspicious | Definition of Inauspicious by Merriam-Webster
Recent Examples on the Web. Under development since 2011, a Raider test in 2017 ended in an inauspicious hard landing. — David Grossman, Popular Mechanics, "Will the Defiant Be the Helicopter That Finally Replaces the Black Hawk?," 26 Dec. 2018 The move also was an inauspicious signal for markets on the first trading day of the year, with Apple shares after hours declining more than 7% and ...
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To secure the full effect of so fundamental a provision against all evasion and subterfuge, it is necessary that its construction should be committed to that tribunal which, having no local attachments, will be likely to be impartial between the different States and their citizens, and which, owing its official existence to the Union, will never be likely to feel any bias inauspicious to the ...
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If it's unlucky, badly timed, or it seems to point to an unhappy outcome, it's inauspicious. A dark, stormy sky on the day of a wedding can be seen as inauspicious, and so can an awkward job interview.
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inauspicious definition: The definition of inauspicious is something that is an omen of bad things to come or an unlucky beginning. (adjective) When you make a big mistake on your very first day on the job, this is an example of an inauspicious beginning to...
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Inauspicious definition: An inauspicious event is one that gives signs that success is unlikely . | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
inauspicious - Wiktionary
Not auspicious; ill-omened Synonyms: unfortunate, unlucky, unfavorable 1595: And shake the yoke of inauspicious stars. — Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, V,iii. Inauspicious love. — Dryden. 1788: It is not to be wondered at that a government instituted in times so inauspicious, should on experiment be found greatly deficient and inadequate to the ...
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After his auspicious debut, Chambers became sought after by serious collectors of folk art; but given that the present show is now only the second he has had and is the first retrospective look at him, he is probably as obscure to the general museum going public today as he was in 1942. — Sanford Schwartz, New York Review of Books, 15 Jan. 2009 There is, first of all, Marconi himself, the 21 ...