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auspice

Definitions of auspice
a. - A divining or taking of omens by observing birds; an omen as to an undertaking, drawn from birds; an augury; an omen or sign in general; an indication as to the future. 2
a. - Protection; patronage and care; guidance. 2

The word "auspice" uses 7 letters: A C E I P S U.

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Words formed by adding one letter before or after auspice (in bold), or to aceipsu in any order:
l -   spiculae   s -   auspices  

Shorter words found within auspice:
ace   aces   ae   ai   ais   ape   apes   apices   apse   as   asci   asp   aspic   cap   cape   capes   caps   case   cause   cep   ceps   cis   cue   cues   cup   cups   cusp   eau   ecu   ecus   epic   epics   es   ice   ices   is   pa   pac   pace   paces   pacs   paise   pas   pase   pause   pe   pea   peas   pec   pecs   pes   pi   pia   pias   pic   pica   picas   pice   pics   pie   pies   pis   piu   psi   puce   puces   pus   sac   sae   saice   sap   sau   sauce   scape   scaup   scup   sea   sec   sei   sepia   sepic   si   sic   sice   sip   sipe   spa   space   spae   spec   spic   spica   spicae   spice   spue   sue   sup   supe   up   upas   ups   us   use  

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