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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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It was a quality innings and, after his superb century against Warwickshire at Hove, augurs ill ahead of the Championship game between the counties beginning here tomorrow
This starting point augurs ill for the Commission's intention to propose mobilising the flexibility instrument to finance the reconstruction of Iraq.
The ease with which Stephen Fleming and Bicknell batted through to the close augurs ill.
This augurs ill for the sector, given that the United Kingdom is struggling to recover from the outbreak of Classical Swine Fever still affecting certain regions in East Anglia.
To have the Bahujan Samaj Party, which voted in favour of the government during the parliamentary debate on FDI in retail, pressure it on the Bill even as the Samajwadi Party, its other ally from Uttar Pradesh, is opposed to the legislation in its present form augurs ill for what remains of the winter session of Parliament.
The club needs not just to develop and recruit but to retain quality players and the impending loss of Kadeer Ali (who looks destined to reject a two-year contract at New Road for life with Gloucestershire) augurs ill.
The dispute augurs ill for impending negotiations on the issue within the WTO.