Definition of Auguries

1. Noun. (plural of augury) ¹



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Definition of Auguries

1. augury [n] - See also: augury

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Auguries

augmenting
augmentless
augmentor
augmentor fibres
augmentor nerves
augmentors
augments
augnathus
augur
augural
auguration
augured
augurer
augurers
augurial
auguries (current term)
auguring
augurous
augurs
augurship
augurships
augury
august
augustan
auguste
auguster
augustes
augustest
augustinian
augustly

Literary usage of Auguries

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1. The Games & Diversions of Argyleshire by Robert Craig Maclagan (1901)
"auguries By repeating certain word formulae, touching at the same time the buttons attached to a garment, various auguries are obtained. ..."

2. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1899)
"auguries. In the Mayer Collection at Liverpool is a Latin Psalter of the latter part of the thirteenth century, the front and back fly-leaves of which are ..."

3. Folklore by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1899)
"auguries. FLORENCE PEACOCK. In the Mayer Collection at Liverpool is a Latin Psalter of the latter part of the thirteenth century, the front and back ..."

4. Later Speeches on Political Questions: With Select Controversial Papers by George Washington Julian, Grace Giddings Julian Clarke (1889)
"[The "auguries of victory" set forth in this speech were not verified, although fairly warranted by the political outlook at the time; and they were only ..."

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