propitious

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From Anglo-Norman and Old French propicius, from Latin propitius (favorable, well-disposed, kind)

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propitious (comparative more propitious, superlative most propitious)

  1. Favorable; benevolent (e.g. propitious weather)
  2. (archaic) Favorably disposed towards someone.
  3. Advantageous.
  4. Characteristic of a good omen: auspicious.
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