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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishauguryau‧gu‧ry /ˈɔːɡjəri $ ˈɒː/ noun (plural auguries) [countable] literary  a sign of what will happen in the future
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auguryBut suddenly the sheer numbers of people quietly bedding down in doorways strikes me as an augury of Labour defeat.It is an augury of the politics of fast change in the future.They tasted delicious, a happy augury for future meals.The auguries for such reforms are not good, and further urban unrest remains in prospect.Both records were auguries of things to come.
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