Definition of Auguring

1. Verb. (present participle of augur) ¹



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Definition of Auguring

1. augur [v] - See also: augur

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Auguring

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

Literary usage of Auguring

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1. History of Roman Literature: From It's Earliest Period to the Augustan Age by John Colin Dunlop (1823)
"... who had been retained in the court of that unfortunate monarch, auguring well from this incident, followed Metrodorus to Italy; and about the same time ..."

2. The Book of Nature by John Mason Good (1834)
"To its variety in the different tribes of the osprey, hawk, sea-gull, rook, and raven, and especially as auguring wet or dry, stormy or serene weather, ..."

3. The Story of the Stick in All Ages and Lands: A Philosophical History and by Antony Réal (1892)
"The priest auguring among the Germans.— Their manner of operating.—Origin of the augural stick. STICK which formerly had an extraordinary influence over the ..."

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