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auspicious
used in To the Lighthouse

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favorable; or suggestive of good things to come
  • Ah, thought Lily Briscoe, as the conversation took this auspicious turn, and she felt Mrs. Ramsay's gratitude (for Mrs. Ramsay was free now to talk for a moment herself), ah, she thought, but what haven't I paid to get it for you?
    1 — The Window (74% in)

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