Definition of 'propitious'
Example sentences containing 'propitious'
DISPLACED PERSON (1995) DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (1995)
He looked from Cook to Midge with narrowed eyes and seemed to sense that this was not a propitious moment to suggest a handout.WEEKEND FOR MURDER (1995)
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