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inauspiciousness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being inauspicious; unfavorableness.

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  • noun The state, quality, or condition of being inauspicious or unpropitious; unfavorableness.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the quality of suggesting an unsuccessful result

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Examples

  • Other than that, if (the monastery) starts introducing the propitiation of some harmful spirit, it will be a great source of inauspiciousness (to the monastery).

    Yongzin Yeshi Gyaltsen (1713���1793)

  • Other than that, if (the monastery) starts introducing the propitiation of some harmful spirit, it will be a great source of inauspiciousness (to the monastery).

    Yongzin Yeshi Gyaltsen (1713���1793)

  • Other than that, if (the monastery) starts introducing the propitiation of some harmful spirit, it will be a great source of inauspiciousness (to the monastery).

    Historical References

  • Other than that, if (the monastery) starts introducing the propitiation of some harmful spirit, it will be a great source of inauspiciousness (to the monastery).

    Historical References

  • December 08, 2007 the dogs barking in the moonless night, mourning the inauspiciousness of the occasion,

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  • This puja aids in overcoming charms and spells, pacifies inauspiciousness from small conflicts to major calamities, avoid attacks from plague and other diseases; and is especially effective in overcoming supernatural attacks of evil spirits and demons.

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  • Various reasons - such as the inauspiciousness of the south, the directions of the wind, etc. - are given for such a spatial arrangement.

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  • Every kind of existence or life (save that which is identical with Brahma) is anistha or inauspiciousness.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • On that little shape had converged all the inauspiciousness and shadow which had darkened the first union of Jude, and all the accidents, mistakes, fears, errors of the last.

    Jude the Obscure

  • On that little shape had converged all the inauspiciousness and shadow which had darkened the first union of Jude, and all the accidents, mistakes, fears, errors of the last.

    Jude the Obscure

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