late 14c., "divination from the flight of birds," from Old French augure "divination, soothsaying, sorcery, enchantment," or directly from Latin augurium "divination, the observation and interpretation of omens" (see augur). Figurative sense of "omen, portent, indication" is from 1797 (also often in plural as auguries).
1. Augury is the important part of Chinese traditional culture.
2. The maritime passage was a good augury for the aerial passage.
3. Still others believe it is a superstitious book augury.
4. Augury . Learn if an intended action will be good or bad.
5. It is surprising that an augur can see an augury without smiling.