Definition of inauspiciously in English:

inauspiciously

adverb

  • See inauspicious

    • ‘Hinrich began the season inauspiciously, when he spent the first five games on the injured list because of a viral illness.’
    • ‘Proceedings started inauspiciously for the home team, when prevailing wisdom was they needed early points to stand any chance.’
    • ‘Today started inauspiciously but as it drew on became progressively more pleasant and right now I am quite happy, which seems like a good thing for a new year, and a fantastic omen for things to come.’
    • ‘My career in Fleet Street began inauspiciously: the very first feature I wrote for the Guardian, more than a quarter of a century ago, elicited a libel writ.’
    • ‘The second half began inauspiciously for the Scots.’

Pronunciation

inauspiciously

/ˌɪnɔːˈspɪʃəsli/