• Definition for "augury"
    • The art, capability, or rehearse of auguring; divination.
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augury definition

  • noun:
    • The art, capability, or rehearse of auguring; divination.
    • An Indication Of anything coming; an omen: "The chartist purchases whenever auguries look favorable and sells on bad omens” ( Burton G. Malkiel).
    • A divination based on the appearance and behaviour of creatures.
    • An omen or prediction; a foreboding; a prophecy.
    • a conference that is experienced as showing essential things to come.
    • The art or rehearse of foretelling activities by observing what of birds, etc.; divination.
    • An omen; prediction; prognostication; indication for the future; presage.
    • A rite, ceremony, or observance of an augur.
    • The art or rehearse of foretelling occasions by signs or omens.
    • what forebodes; that where a prediction is drawn; an omen or considerable token.
    • Figuratively, sign; presage; promise.
    • Synonyms Portent, Sign, etc. See omen.
    • a conference that is skilled as showing considerations in the future
    • The art, ability, or rehearse of auguring; divination.
    • A sign of something coming; an omen: "The chartist purchases when the auguries look positive and offers on bad omens” ( Burton G. Malkiel).
    • A divination on the basis of the look and behavior of pets.
    • An omen or forecast; a foreboding; a prophecy.
    • a conference that's experienced as showing essential things to come.
    • The art or practice of foretelling events by observing those things of wild birds, etc.; divination.
    • An omen; forecast; prognostication; sign for the future; presage.
    • A rite, service, or observation of an augur.
    • The art or rehearse of foretelling events by indications or omens.
    • whatever forebodes; that from where a prediction is attracted; an omen or significant token.
    • Figuratively, indicator; presage; promise.
    • Synonyms Portent, Sign, etc. See omen.
    • a meeting that is experienced as indicating considerations to come
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