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The pessimist is further characterised by an incapacity for prolonged attention, a refractory attention and a feeble will.

DegeneracyEugene S. Talbot

The optimist raises the average of the world by his presence, the pessimist lowers the average.

Dollars and SenseCol. Wm. C. Hunter

Tolstoy was a pessimist both by temperament and philosophical persuasion.

The first of the mistakes about Byron lies in the fact that he is treated as a pessimist.

Twelve TypesG.K. Chesterton

It is the true answer to the pessimist, and the standing miracle of mankind.

"Meantime, I shall retain my room at the hotel," said the Pessimist, letting down the bars.

Harding, ever a pessimist, suggested appendicitis, and a physician was hastily summoned.

Spry was always a pessimist in the small hours of the morning.

Pincher Martin, O.D.H. Taprell Dorling

To the pessimist possession of a desired object does not atone for former privation.

DegeneracyEugene S. Talbot

To hear the pessimist, one would think civilization had bivouacked in the Middle Ages, and had not had marching orders since.

OptimismHelen Keller

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