What is another word for in-auspicious?

336 synonyms found


[ ɪnɔːspˈɪʃəs], [ ɪnɔːspˈɪʃəs], [ ɪ_n_ɔː_s_p_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_s]

In-auspicious is an adjective that describes something that is not conducive to success or good fortune. Some synonyms for in-auspicious include ominous, bleak, unlucky, ill-favored, unfortunate, and unpromising. Other words that can be used to describe a situation or event that is in-auspicious are unfavorable, adverse, unpropitious, discouraging, and disheartening. These synonyms can be used interchangeably depending on the context of the situation or event being described. In any case, the overall meaning remains the same, that something is not likely to end well or be successful due to unfavorable circumstances.

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How to use "In-auspicious" in context?

In contemporary usage, "in-auspicious" typically means "unfavorable to the purpose." In ancient China, "in-auspicious" referred to any moment or circumstance that disrupted the "order of the universe," typically due to a powerful celestial being such as a dragon. This meaning continued to be applied to situations that were unfavorable to the participant or target of the action, whether or not it was caused by something supernatural.

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