#WordOfTheDay – Here’s What ‘Propitious’ Means

It’s time to learn a new word on The Sparkle Writer’s Hub!

The word we have for you today is ‘Propitious’.

Propitious is an adjective that is pronounced, /prə-ˈpi-shəs/. Derived from the Latin word, ‘propitius’, it means to be favourably disposed or giving/ indicating a good chance of success.

Here’s how to use ‘Propitious’ in a sentence;

1. Now is a propitious time to start a business.

2. The success of the first big movie in May was a propitious start for the summer season of blockbusters.

We hope you will use this word in a sentence soon. 


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