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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpropitiouspro‧pi‧tious /prəˈpɪʃəs/ adjective formal  LUCKYgood and likely to bring good results a propitious momentpropitious for Conditions after the 1905 revolution were propitious for stable development.propitiously adverb
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propitiousThe times are only moderately propitious for establishing a memorable record.You see, I was on my astrological cusp on Monday, it wasn't at all propitious for me.Conditions in the aftermath of the 1905 revolution were propitious for stable development in countryside and city alike.The dynamics of partnership bargaining are hardly propitious for the specific kinds of cooperation that marriage and family require.I continued, taking advantage of this propitious moment to ask.But this is a propitious moment.This isn't a propitious start for him, poor devil.The most propitious time for an attack was lost.During the next few weeks my fortunes took a more propitious turn.
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