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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

Synonyms for augur

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This uncompromising attitude augurs badly for the Kosovo peace talks due to start in France led by Foreign Secretary Robin Cook tomorrow.
But tight control of staffing in recent years augurs badly for journalists -- especially minorities, who still struggle to make inroads in a historically inhospitable business that has proven resistent to change.
That rigidity of mind augurs badly as evidence pours in from every sector of ill-effects the Europhobes ignored in their 40-year ideological campaign.
and other foreign powers apparently willing for now just to shoot from the air and essentially freeze conditions on the ground, this augurs badly for some Arab countries that can expect semi-permanent constant warfare, huge refugee flows, and some national disintegration for years to come.
Order books shrivelled at the fastest rate since June 2009 - a much worse situation than portrayed in the flash reading two weeks ago, and one that augurs badly for business activity in August.
That not only augurs badly in relation to the short-term goal ( getting an agreement.
Indeed, Adams has never got on that well with English conditions - in 1995 he amassed a meagre 160 runs in the Test series - and the way he suffered against both seam and pace augurs badly.
This augurs badly for the Arsenal match,'' said Lens coach Francois Brisson.
The uncompromising attitude of the Serbs augurs badly for the Kosovo peace talks, led by Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, which are due to start in France, tomorrow.