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    propitious - Dictionary definition and meaning for word propitious

    Definition
    (adj) presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in or show signs of success
    Example Sentence
    • propitious omens
    • propitious gales speeded us along
    • a propitious alignment of planets for space exploration
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for propitious

sounds like profitious.. hence its profitable and thus favorable

PROPITI....sounds like property-if you have got lot of property, you are FORTUNATE to get it..money is basically considered AUSPICIOUS and you can make any adverse situation FAVORABLE TO you if you posses money.

if you HAVE the ADVANTAGE OF HAVING LOT OF PROPERTY..another onetaken from..propitius......pro-means for + pitius/petere means to seek ...so seeking for favorable situation, seeking advantageous deal from someone.

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sounds like auspicious...meaning favourable

A WARNING BOARD IS SAYING THAT A PIT IS THERE PRO(AHEAD).SO ITS A GOOD SIGN FOR YOU NOT TO FALL INTO THAT PIT

prosperitious

If gods have PITY on you, they will present you with favorable circumstances.

auspicious

if u want prof's pity,u have to be in his favourable students..

propitious:- pro means favorable circumstances,iti means industrial training institute, ous means us i.e industrial training institue is in favor of us we will get the tender, for that we are happy

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