- Latin infaustus; prefix in- not + faustus fortunate, lucky. (Wiktionary)
“In an infaust moment she was thrown down by a runaway, and her tower received serious damage.”
“Nevertheless, it was an infaust and sinister augury for Austin”
“He explains that his offence was mild and purely mental, that in an infaust moment he glanced (doubtless stared soldier-fashion) at "Mistris”
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