Definition of auspiciously in English:

auspiciously

adverb

  • See auspicious

    • ‘Still, his regime did not start off particularly auspiciously.’
    • ‘I have to say that our weekend in Toronto didn't begin too auspiciously.’
    • ‘The day didn't start particularly auspiciously - the computer fell off my bike while I was loading it into the car, and I didn't notice.’
    • ‘Last year was a much slower season and this one didn't start too auspiciously either.’
    • ‘The first day of the new century had started auspiciously with the discovery of what many regarded as a new planet between Mars and Jupiter.’
    • ‘His career started auspiciously with a silver medal at the 1991 World Junior Championships.’

Pronunciation

auspiciously

/ɔːˈspɪʃəsli/