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auspicious
used in Great Expectations

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Definition favorable; or suggestive of good things to come
  • On the day before it, I received an official note from Wemmick, informing me that Mr. Jaggers would be glad if I would call upon him at five in the afternoon of the auspicious day.
    Chapter 36 (7% in)

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