noun, plural aus·pic·es [aw-spuh-siz] /ˈɔ spə sɪz/.
Examples from the Web for auspice
This form of divination, so well known to the Romans, is still kept in remembrance by the use of the words augury and auspice.Chaucer's Works, Volume 5 (of 7) -- Notes to the Canterbury Tales|Geoffrey Chaucer
My little heroine, Jerry Carroway, is engaged as their factotum, and every auspice is favorable.Mary Anerley|R. D. Blackmore
Auspice, aw′spis, n. an omen drawn from observing birds: augury—generally used in pl.