augur -noun 1. one of a group of ancient Roman official charged with interpreting omens for guidance in public affairs
2. soothsayer; prophet
verb 1. to divine or predict, as from omens; prognosticate
2. to serve as an omen or promise of
augur well - to foreshadow a successful outcome, indicated by some circumstance or event
example A smooth rehearsal augured well for opening night.
The Augur’s Well A place to read about current events, attempt to interpret social trends, and plan for the future accordingly.