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auspicious
used in Gulliver's Travels

2 uses
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Definition
favorable; or suggestive of good things to come
  • Signed and sealed on the fourth day of the eighty-ninth moon of your majesty's auspicious reign.
    Part 1 — A Voyage to Lilliput (29% in)
  • ...to a province, to be governed by a viceroy from hence, and to destroy and put to death, not only all the Big-endian exiles, but likewise all the people of that empire who would not immediately forsake the Big-endian heresy, he, the said Flestrin, like a false traitor against his most auspicious, serene, imperial majesty, did petition to be excused from the said service, upon pretence of unwillingness to force the consciences, or destroy the liberties and lives of an innocent people.
    Part 1 — A Voyage to Lilliput (81% in)

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