Presenting favorable circumstances; auspicious. See Synonyms at favorable.(adjective)
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Use "propitious" in a sentence
"The fates were again propitious for a brief period; but again a trivial incident interfered."
"Pagondas refers to propitious victims of sacrifice before battle, 4.92.7"
"Today, however, the outlook can hardly be called propitious for the formation of a national consensus anywhere in the industrial world, and the chances for an equitable international sharing of wealth seem hopeless."