pessimistic[ pes-uh-mis-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF pessimistic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PESSIMISTIC
There was none to speak of left now except in Africa; and they were pessimistic about Africa.
He had the most pessimistic forebodings of what the future might have in store for him.
"I knew he was a quitter;" the woman's companion was pessimistic.
My thoughts at that period of suffering were pessimistic in the extreme.
"We hate each other," retorted the pessimistic Number Twelve.
Mr. Belknap-Jackson, however, to whom I mentioned the circumstance, was pessimistic.
I have heard Miss Carmichael's book denounced as "pessimistic."
Miss Parker shook her head; she seemed to be in a pessimistic mood.
Instead of being glum and pessimistic and foreboding, he was chipper and enthusiastic.
"Don't be pessimistic, Mother," said Alden, with a little break in his voice.