Auspicious Meaning & Definition

Auspicious Meaning in English – সুপ্রসন্ন, মঙ্গলকর, অনুকূল, শুভলক্ষণযুক্ত, শ্রেয়, শুভ .


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Auspicious meaning in English :

সুপ্রসন্ন, মঙ্গলকর, অনুকূল, শুভলক্ষণযুক্ত, শ্রেয়, শুভ .


  • conducive to success; favourable.
  • characterized by success; prosperous.
  • giving or being a sign of future success. .

Auspicious Synonyms:

favorable, friendly, fair, fortunate, prejudiced, propitious, superior, best, excellent, good.


inauspicious, inopportune, unpromising, unsuitable, ominous, unfortunate, dark, depressing, gloomy, hopeless, inauspicious, desperate, discouraging, disheartening, dismal, downbeat, dreary, pessimistic, unhappy, unlucky.

Auspicious in a Sentence:

  • It was an auspicious beginning to her career as an author.
  • It was not an auspicious beginning.
  • It was scarcely an auspicious beginning.
  • The rising of the new moon was an auspicious occasion.
  • Once inside the auspicious building, an eerie, closed-shop sense of something-not-quite-right hits us.
  • For example, the use of the color red is considered auspicious in China.
  • As Janice looked up at the darkening clouds, she realized today was not going to be auspicious for a picnic.
  • Usually, auspicious times for Hindu weddings are ascertained by Brahmin priests who are paid to consult the stars.
  • Since his father was a state judge, Henry was born with an auspicious legal career ahead of him.
  • He said it was an auspicious beginning.
  • It was not an auspicious start to my career.
  • It is especially auspicious to visit all eight in one pilgrimage.
  • They are shunned in any auspicious rites, especially marriage.
  • The cars were not selling well, not a particularly auspicious start for a special edition.
  • Last night’s programme did not have an auspicious start.
  • No party could have hoped for a more auspicious start to an election campaign.
  • It was not, in all honesty, an auspicious debut.
  • After his boss praised him for his work on the big project, Sam felt it was an auspicious time to ask for a promotion.
  • The beginnings with him were not auspicious, though.
  • When the president took his oath without missing a word, everyone noted the event as an auspicious occasion.
  • The portents are not what one would call auspicious.
  • The baseball season got off to an auspicious start with two good wins for the Tokyo Giants.
  • It had not been an auspicious start to the year.

Auspicious Meaning & Definition and in Recognized sources

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