Need another word that means the same as “auspice”? Find 17 synonyms and 30 related words for “auspice” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Auspice” are: patronage, aegis, umbrella, protection, guidance, support, backing, guardianship, trusteeship, sponsorship, supervision, influence, control, charge, responsibility, keeping, care
Auspice as a Noun
Definitions of "Auspice" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “auspice” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A favorable omen.
- A divine or prophetic token.
Synonyms of "Auspice" as a noun (17 Words)
|Kindly endorsement and guidance.
The negotiations were conducted under the aegis of the UN.
|Financial resources provided to make some project possible.
The flooring has a cork base with jute backing.
|Judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger.
His major care was the illness of his wife.
|The price charged for some article or service.
The teacher led her charges across the street.
|The economic policy of controlling or limiting or curbing prices or wages etc.
Growing controls on local spending.
|Attention and management implying responsibility for safety.
Peter was made the subject of a guardianship order.
|Something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action.
A laser guidance system.
|A person or thing with the capacity to have an influence on someone or something.
Used her parents influence to get the job.
|The action or fact of owning, maintaining, or protecting something.
He left his car in my keeping.
|The support given by a patron.
The arts could no longer depend on private patronage.
|Protection money paid to criminals especially on a regular basis.
A protection against the evil eye.
|The proper sphere or extent of your activities.
We expect individuals to take on more responsibility.
|Financial support received from a sponsor.
The company s sponsorship of the tournament.
|The action of supervising someone or something.
She let them work without supervision.
|Supporting structure that holds up or provides a foundation.
The foundation provided support for the experiment.
|A dependent country; administered by another country under the supervision of the United Nations.
|Having the function of uniting a group of similar things.
The Democratic Party is an umbrella for many liberal groups.
Associations of "Auspice" (30 Words)
|Conducive to success; favourable.
It was not the most auspicious moment to hold an election.
|The quality of causing happiness.
It s hard to be grumpy in the face of their resolute cheerfulness.
|Of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange); resembling the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies.
Fann d by Conquest s crimson wing.
|(of a person’s future) regarded as developing as though according to a pre-existing plan.
He was destined for great things.
|The events that will necessarily happen to a particular person or thing in the future.
He believed in destiny.
|The practice of seeking knowledge of the future or the unknown by supernatural means.
The Celtic art of divination.
|The inescapable death of a person.
He stared at the faces of the committee trying to guess his fate.
|Encouraging or approving or pleasing.
Made a favorable impression.
The award winner was felicitated by the cultural association.
|Reddened or suffused with or as if with blood from emotion or exertion.
Flushed with success I was getting into my stride.
|Awareness of something before it happens or exists.
There was the foreknowledge of every role she would dance.
She d been fortunate to escape serious injury.
|The success or failure of a person or enterprise over a period of time.
Only good fortune has prevented British casualties.
|A specific instance of feeling hopeful.
I hope she understands that she cannot expect a raise.
|In a hopeful manner.
He rode on hopefully.
What chance did I stand against kismet.
|Having, bringing, or resulting from good luck.
|Peculiarly fortunate or appropriate; as if by divine intervention.
I felt amazed and grateful for our miraculous escape.
|The belief that good must ultimately prevail over evil in the universe.
The talks had been amicable and there were grounds for optimism.
|Expecting the best in this best of all possible worlds.
In an optimistic mood.
|Deliver a sermon.
Jacques was prophesying a bumper harvest.
|Giving or indicating a good chance of success; favourable.
A propitious alignment of planets for space exploration.
|Relating to or characteristic of providence- M.R.Cohen.
His appearance had seemed more than just providential.
|Of blush color.
Life could never be rosy for them.
|Make ruddy in colour.
A cheerful pipe smoking man of ruddy complexion.
|A widely held but irrational belief in supernatural influences, especially as leading to good or bad luck, or a practice based on such a belief.
He dismissed the ghost stories as mere superstition.
|Smear something especially the bottom of a boat with tallow.
I tallowed my boats with our candles.
|(in music) an unaccented beat preceding an accented beat.
He was upbeat about the company s future.
|Feel or have a desire for want strongly.
He is wanted by the police in connection with an arms theft.
|Prefer or wish to do something.
He wished that he had practised the routines.