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An auspicious event, action, or sign is considered to bring good fortune, success, or luck.

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Sense 1:

Conducive to success; favorable. (Usually refers to future events)

Example Sentence: The couple chose an auspicious date for their wedding, believing it would bring them good luck and blessings.

Sense 2:

Marked by success or prosperity.

Example Sentence: The company celebrated an auspicious year with record-breaking sales and profits.

Sense 3:

Characterized by promising signs or indications.

Example Sentence: The team viewed the early lead as an auspicious omen for their chances of winning the championship.


1. The auspicious beginning of a new project.

2. An auspicious day for opening a business.

3. The auspicious timing of a job interview.

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