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Synonyms for augur

a person who foretells future events by or as if by supernatural means

to tell about or make known (future events) by or as if by supernatural means

Synonyms for augur

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In the past several years there has been an influx of immigrants to the region, especially to the City, which has augured those trends.
However, a lack of standardization and interoperability issues has not augured well in adoption rates for most proprietary BWA technologies.
Instead, he sort of limped up to the podium, favoring the right knee he had skinned in the play that augured his august night.
Other rock and geochemical anomalies on the Makapa PL will be augured and trenched over the next six months.
The dynamics of the rally augured well for the market.
Jaap Poll continued, "The discovery augured well for Avenue as it holds a 45% interest not only in the new oil field, but also in the remainder of the Karakilise Licenses, which contain based on current seismic information, at least four undrilled structures in the vicinity of the Karakilise-1 oil discovery.
Good weather and a favorable wind augured well for the adventurers who set off in their 200-foot-tall balloon from a Moroccan air force base.
The next phase of exploration will include augured soil samples to test weathered bedrock, bulldozer trenching to greater depths and further geophysics.