Auspice [noun]

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This form of divination, so well known to the Romans, is still kept in remembrance by the use of the words augury and auspice.

Love had been a star of evil auspice for the women of the Medici family!

But if you wish to make sure whether it is a good auspice or a bad, you kill the spider and count its legs.

Now with good auspice urged along, with mutual minds they love and are beloved.

From thence, "Tencro duce et auspice Tencro," I will try to find out my little dairy.

Auspice, aw′spis, n. an omen drawn from observing birds: augury—generally used in pl.

My little heroine, Jerry Carroway, is engaged as their factotum, and every auspice is favorable.