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  • verb Present participle of augur.

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Examples

  • "auguring" a business recovery by later in the year (1930).

    Safehaven

  • Indeed, there are numerous ways the regime, with or without its allies in Tehran and Beirut, could provoke a massive Israeli attack, certainly given the current climate in the Jewish state auguring for war.

    We can't stop the bloodshed in Syria without talking to Assad | Nicholas Noe

  • Regions Financial Corp. 's third-quarter loss narrowed as the southern U.S. bank sold bad loans at a loss and reported a troubling trend in nonperforming loans, auguring continued credit troubles.

    Regions Financial Loss Narrows

  • Earnings Regions Financials Posts Narrower Quarterly Loss Regions Financial Corp. 's third-quarter loss narrowed as the southern U.S. bank sold bad loans at a loss and reported a troubling trend in nonperforming loans, auguring continued credit troubles.

    Financial Briefing Book: Oct. 27

  • Phil saw his shadow in Punxsutawney, Pa., auguring six more weeks of winter; groundhogs elsewhere didn't.

    What's News: World-Wide

  • *** Europe The euro zone's industrial output rose more quickly than expected in November, continuing a strong run and auguring well for economic growth in the final three months of the year.

    World Watch

  • It edged up to 47 from 46.5, staying firmly in contraction territory and auguring badly for fourth-quarter gross domestic product.

    Euro-Zone Business Activity Slows

  • LONDON — The euro zone's industrial output rose more quickly than expected in November, continuing a strong run and auguring well for economic growth in the final three months of the year.

    Euro-Zone Industrial Output Accelerates

  • LONDON — Euro-zone industrial production rose at a nearly two-year high in February, auguring well for first-quarter gross domestic product.

    Euro-Zone Industrial Output Rises

  • LONDON — Euro-zone industrial production rose at a nearly two-year high in February, auguring well for first-quarter gross domestic product.

    Euro-Zone Industrial Output Rises

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