The moment was too propitious for the display of that discursiveness which seemed the only bond of union among tempers so divergent.
And later on at a propitious opportunity he purposed (Bloom did), without anyway prying into his private affairs on the fools step in where angels principle, advising him to sever his connection with a certain budding practitioner who, he noticed, was prone to disparage and even to a slight extent with some hilarious pretext when not present, deprecate him, or whatever you like to call it which in Bloom’s humble opinion threw a nasty sidelight on that side of a person’s character, no…
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It was a propitious time to graduate with a degree in petroleum engineering.
The first few days of the voyage passed prosperously, amid favourable weather and propitious winds,