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(adjective) favorably disposed; benevolent / (adjective) being a good omen; auspicious / (adjective) tending to favor; advantageous

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The legacy of German Expressionism provided a more propitious framework for the development of a major debate within Marxism than its contemporary French counterpart, surrealism, was to do

—p.197 Reflections in Conclusion (196) by Fredric Jameson
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much of Grossman’s work was directed against those who thought that the revolution could be successfully launched irrespective of the propitiousness of the circumstances

—p.91 Part II: The 1920s (65) by Stuart Jeffries
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6 years, 10 months ago


Obviously this campaign had been planned well in advance. The perpetrators were only waiting for a propitious time to carry it out

—p.328 Rebuilding (317) by Huey P. Newton
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4 years, 2 months ago


even the propitious ability to delay gratification

—p.72 by Belén Gopegui
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The truth is that it was not the most propitious time.

—p.503 The Saint (502) by Gabriel García Márquez
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