optimism

[ op-tuh-miz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF optimism

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPTIMISM

Meantime the stronghold of Mauburn's optimism was being desperately stormed.

This optimism procured for Mr Verloc his fourth surprise of the day.

He was reposing in that pathetic condition of optimism induced by excess of fatigue.

But his confidence was shaken, that was plain, and his optimism assumed.

Her optimism was the best sort of bracer for the captain's failing courage.

She would not say more, nor tell on what grounds she based her optimism.

Optimism coloured the world for me all of the rosy hue of promise.

Their own optimism had given way before the protracted delay.

He just seems to radiate good will, and friendliness, and optimism wherever he goes.

His optimism was being sorely tried; but his courage was still unweakened.

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