1. auspices

noun. ['ˈɔspɪsɪz'] kindly endorsement and guidance.


  • protection
  • endorsement
  • indorsement


  • insecurity
  • disapproval
  • disagreement

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Rhymes with Auspices

  • absences
  • abuses
  • acceptances
  • aces
  • acquaintances
  • actresses
  • addidases
  • addresses
  • addresses
  • advances
  • affixes
  • affixes
  • airforces
  • airspaces
  • albatrosses
  • aliases
  • allegiances
  • allegiances
  • alliances
  • allowances

How do you pronounce auspices?

Pronounce auspices as ˈɔspɪsɪz.

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Sentences with auspices

1. Noun, plural
The site falls under the auspices of the Army Corps of Engineers and is open from May through October.

Quotes about auspices

1. It is a bitter thought, how different a thing the Christianity of the world might have been, if the Christian faith had been adopted as the religion of the empire under the auspices of Marcus Aurelius instead of those of Constantine.
- John Stuart Mill, On Liberty