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Synonyms for augur

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

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But it is very unfortunate that they should keep repeating which doesn't augur well for our bilateral relations," he added.
While unemployment is still likely to increase, it is a historically healthy number, coupled with the fact that the recession is already over eight months o ld and adding to the mix that new construction is at or near historic lows, seems to augur well for a "bottom" in the not too distant future.
While the above trends augur well for growth, the markets are highly price-sensitive.
This finding, together with evidence that only 20% of seniors expect to enroll in a prescription drug plan, does not augur well for the program.
While improved data economics coupled with expanding device portfolios from Microsoft Mobile partners, Symbian camp evangelists and aspiring Asian vendors all augur well for the future, no dominant paradigm has yet emerged to transition these PDA users into true converged device solutions customers.
The precipitous decline of science and technology books last year alongside the five-year burst in the computer books bubble is troubling and does not augur well for the ability of the English-speaking countries to innovate and compete in the future.
These two factors augur well for potentially low processing costs.
However, we believe there are at least four important sources of earnings gains that will make an increasing contribution as 2004 unfolds, augur well for accelerated growth by late 2004, and could in fact make our revised estimate conservative.
According to latest findings by Frost & Sullivan, the limited lifespan of heat exchanger products and Europe's large installed base augur well for the health of replacement demand.
In addition, some significant contracts are in the final phase of negotiations and a better American economic situation, which augur well for fiscal 2003-2004.
regionals and international carriers) are exhibiting some innovations that augur well not just for their survival but also for above average earnings growth relative to the more familiar names in the industry.