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Definition of: propitious

(prō·pishəs) adjective
1. Kindly disposed; gracious.
2. Attended by favorable circumstances; auspicious. [<OF propicius <L propitius favorable, prob. <pro- before, forward + petere seek]
—pro·pi′tious·ly
adverb
—pro·pi′tious·ness
noun
Synonyms: auspicious, benign, benignant, clement, favorable, friendly, gracious, kind, kindly, merciful. That which is auspicious is of favorable omen; that which is propitious is of favoring influence or tendency; as, an auspicious morning; a propitious breeze. Propitious applies to persons, implying kind disposition and favorable inclinations, especially toward the suppliant; auspicious is not used of persons. See AUSPICIOUS. Antonyms: adverse, antagonistic, ill–disposed, inauspicious, repellent, unfavorable, unfriendly, unpropitious.

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