Auspicious Meaning in Malay

Auspicious Meaning in Malay menguntungkan

Adjective. 

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Auspicious meaning in Malay

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Definition

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

Auspicious Synonyms

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

Antonyms

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

Auspicious in a Sentence

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

Auspicious Meaning in Malay and in Recognized sources

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