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- adv. In an inauspicious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inauspicious manner; unluckily; unfavorably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an inauspicious manner
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The narrative begins inauspiciously in 1654 with the arrival of 23 Jewish settlers in New Amsterdam, whose governor, Peter Stuyvesant, greeted them as "hateful enemies and blasphemers of the name of Christ."
The English juniors started inauspiciously, beaten 24-6 by Scotland, but the girls beat a strong Swedish team by the maximum possible score.
But the day began inauspiciously and got worse before a solid finish by Armstrong, who might have been rethinking his comeback during five frigid hours in the rain — if he hadn't already endured much tougher struggles with cancer and doping allegations during a historic racing career that includes seven Tour de France titles.
The cooking competition series 'seventh edition opened inauspiciously when just 1.8 million people tuned in.
For me, the season started out inauspiciously with an email from long-time friend and colleague Steve Tracton also a CWG contributor when he learned about me joining the group.
For a man who changed the politics of Texas—and thereby of America—he started inauspiciously.
It was evident that they did not like the outlook of a voyage under such a captain and begun so inauspiciously.
Also unflappable, including an inauspiciously silly early scene in which she mediates her way out of a coffee-shop holdup.
With population exploding in inauspiciously stressed water zones across all continents including the deserts of the American southwest and Rocky Mountains' dry eastern slopes and their nearby badlands, the limits to growth from lack of it will soon come into sharp focus.
Winpisinger's career began inauspiciously in Cleveland, where he dropped out of high school.