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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of auspicate.

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Examples

  • To conclude, while from the sister's words he had reckoned upon a speedy delivery he was, however, it must be owned, not a little alleviated by the intelligence that the issue so auspicated after an ordeal of such duress now testified once more to the mercy as well as to the bounty of the Supreme Being.

    Ulysses

  • Never, surely, was a political career more impressively auspicated.

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  • Every new magistracy, succeeding by homicide, is auspicated by accusing its predecessors in the office of tyranny, and it continues by the exercise of what they charged upon others.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 06 (of 12)

  • This is the LAW (the author and I use no different terms) which this new government, almost as soon as it could cry in the cradle, and as one of the very first acts by which it auspicated its entrance into function, the pledge it gives of the firmness of its policy, -- such is the law that this proud power prescribes to abject nations.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 06 (of 12)

  • To conclude, while from the sister’s words he had reckoned upon a speedy delivery he was, however, it must be owned, not a little alleviated by the intelligence that the issue so auspicated after an ordeal of such duress now testified once more to the mercy as well as to the bounty of the Supreme Being.

    Ulysses

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