use propitiously in a sentence.
ON the face of it, there could be no better person to tame the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam than Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa, whose second name propitiously means the "King of Force" in Malay.
Admittedly, Warner's account does not start propitiously.
But the stars aren't aligned so propitiously for the rest of the 'hood holdouts.
These records handed down the ages as inert sacred relics of another era, were preserved somewhat unwittingly, yet propitiously, by our order.
Themis, so propitiously indulgent to the foibles of the fair, been resorted to on the occasion, but even Mars seemed ready to enter upon the tapis, if Hymen had not intervened.