augur

1. to predict, especially from signs or omens 2. to serve as an omen of; betoken


“Augur” shows up in Seeing by Jose Saramago: “…in a praiseworthy display of civic-mindedness, which augured well for the future, seemed to have no intention of harming, either in word or deed, their legitimate leaders.”

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