of good omen

See: auspicious
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A CROW was jealous of the Raven, because he was considered a bird of good omen and always attracted the attention of men, who noted by his flight the good or evil course of future events.
Telemachus took this speech as of good omen and rose at once, for he was bursting with what he had to say.
they are always flying in thy wake; birds of good omen, too, but not to all; --look here, they burn; but thou--thou liv'st among them without a scorch.
The unicorn ( as well as being the foremost symbol of longevity in Chinese culture and tradition ( is one of the four animals of good omen, the others being the dragon, phoenix and tortoise.
Any type of good omen happily will be accepted by the Cal State Northridge basketball team at this point of he season, and the Matadors couldn't have asked for a much better start to the second half of Big West Conference play than the effort they put forth Saturday night.
And, talking of good omens for Walter, it's good to see Alan Brazil banging in the goals again.