propitiously

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{a} favorable, kindly, gently
In a propitious manner
auspiciously: in an auspicious manner; "he started his new job auspiciously on his birthday"
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Favorable; benevolent (e.g. propitious weather)
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Favorably disposed towards someone
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kindly disposed
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{a} favorable, kind, merciful, good
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Favorable or conducive to success; offering advantageous conditions or circumstances
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Characteristic of a good omen: auspicious
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If something is propitious, it is likely to lead to success. They should wait for the most propitious moment between now and the next election The omens for the game are still not propitious. = favourable unfavourable. good and likely to bring good results (propitius, from petere )
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advantageous
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presenting favorable circumstances; "propitious omens"
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\pruh-PISH-uhs\, adjective: 1 Presenting favorable circumstances or conditions 2 Favorably inclined; gracious; benevolent
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Favorable, kind; applied to men 2 Disposed to be gracious or merciful; ready to forgive sins and bestow blessings; applied to God 3 Favorable; as a propitious season
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Convenient; auspicious; favorable; kind; as, a propitious season; a propitious breeze
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presenting favorable circumstances; "propitious omens
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{s} good, beneficent; fortunate; opportune
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Favourable; benevolent (e.g. propitious weather)
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Hence, kind; gracious; merciful; helpful; - - said of a person or a divinity
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Favourably disposed towards someone
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