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It is in stanzas, every one an octosyllabic triplet, which you will think odd, and I have not sanguinity enough to defend.

Ellen had always had a sort of sanguinity of happiness and of the petting of Providence as well as of her friends.

Hall spoke in later years of the "zeal, warmth, and sanguinity" with which they began their work.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., "consanguinity;" see sanguine + -ity. Meaning "quality of being sanguine" is from 1737.

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