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expecting a favorable outcome or dwelling on hopeful aspects

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a blood-red color

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confidently optimistic and cheerful

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inclined to a healthy reddish color often associated with outdoor life

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Instead, Bush sanguinely declared: "In the long run, I'm confident that our capital markets are flexible and resilient, and can deal with these adjustments.
In our new nation own by Southerners sanguinely, we are going to make hunger a history within a short period of time.
NNA - Reform and Change bloc head, Deputy General Michel Aoun sanguinely hoped for a new-fangled era to be witnessed in the Lebanon at the hands of the newly elected Maronite Patriarch Bechara Rahi.
Each time I sing it, there are tears in people's eyes because we can all relate to it," she says sanguinely.
The doses of aid being given to Pakistan are used sanguinely by India centric Pakistan and the money is misused by Pakistan against India.
When the questions began, an audience member asked, sanguinely, why Berman didn't consider revamping Silver Jews to bankroll this personal project.
5) Still others sanguinely observe that uprisings have occurred with some regularity in Iran since 1890, when unpopular concessions on tobacco to the British led to nationwide strikes that forced the government to nullify the concession in 1892.
Early on, we joked about it sanguinely with my sister by saying that she was fortunate that my mother waited; otherwise, she would not have been with us
Sixteen years ago, with the end of the Cold War and the coincidence of a Democratic president and a Liberal prime minister, analysts could sanguinely conclude that the bilateral relationship was never better.
If I were a Galley slave and kept to hard Labour for two or three years," he sanguinely informs Moore, "I believe I would recover my Health intirely.
which he reflected sanguinely that: 'It is our ambition, at the
Some problems that are presented as insurmountable by some analysts are approached more sanguinely by others.
their approaches to domestic violence" and sanguinely suggesting
Without trusting too sanguinely to adventitious circumstance, then--the accidental celebrity of Hazlitt scholar Philip Sparrow in David Lodge's satirical novel Small World (1984) will always haunt Hazlitt studies--I hope this special issue serves to give an idea of the engaged scholarly work presently being done on Hazlitt's large and astonishingly varied body of writings.
While Davidson describes the Richman marriage as fulfilling this egalitarian ideal (Revolution and the Word 143-48), Harris reads their relationship less sanguinely.