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Synonyms for hope

Synonyms for hope

a specific instance of feeling hopeful

the general feeling that some desire will be fulfilled

grounds for feeling hopeful about the future

someone (or something) on which expectations are centered

United States comedian (born in England) who appeared in films with Bing Crosby (1903-2003)

one of the three Christian virtues

expect and wish

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be optimistic

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intend with some possibility of fulfilment

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Beyond all these reasons, we often stay in miserable unions because hope springs eternal.
Hope springs eternal for all teams, and fans that have pent up energy over the long, cold winter are ready to begin thinking about the warming days of summer.
United Global First customers will receive: Hope in a Jar oil-free moisturizer for normal to oily skin; Hope in a Stick lip balm; Hands of Hope hand and cuticle cream; Hope Springs Eternal deep sea ultra-fine hydrating mist; purity made simple one-step facial cleansing cloth
United Global First customers will receive Philosophy's Hope In A Jar oil-free moisturizer for normal to oily skin, Hope In A Stick lip balm, Hands Of Hope hand and cuticle cream, Hope Springs Eternal deep sea ultra-fine hydrating mist and Purity Made Simple one-step facial cleansing cloth.
It seems that hope springs eternal on the sell side, despite recent history which suggests that the year following a decline in the metals market is the hardest for the sector.
However, having beaten Cinderford once this season the incline does not appear as steep this weekend and with Wharfedale, Stourbridge, Sedgley Park and Blaydon to come after the mid-season resumption, hope springs eternal and all that.
It is even suggested that a Lottery ticket or scratch card would make a good Christmas present on the basis that hope springs eternal when you are struggling to survive.
HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL, wrote the 18th-century English poet Alexander Pope in An Essay on Man.
From the January issue: Hope springs eternal in the New York City residential market, especially now that 2009 -- the worst year in recent memory -- is over.
At that point 288 do battle for a mere 12 spots at Turnberry but, despite those odds, hope springs eternal for all the professionals and amateurs entering the fray with 54 holes to negotiate if they are to line up against Tiger Woods, Padraig Harrington and the rest.
Hope springs eternal that this will prove a better year.
But your magazine keeps me connected, and hope springs eternal.
But while hope springs eternal, the realities of the market seem to indicate that 2003 will primarily be a transition year, with vendors rolling out--but not yet offering-high-speed services to test the waters, at least in the United States.
Hope springs eternal, I suppose - even in the kitchen of a single bloke.
But what beguiles most is his rueful, bittersweet tone, along with the feeling that hope springs eternal, even for those of us trapped in situations we can't quite figure out how we got into.