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  • So she took herself away, somewhat to Marilla’s relief, for the latter felt her doubts and fears reviving under the influence of Mrs. Rachel’s pessimism.
  • A. OR C.S. Marilla pessimistically expected more trouble since Anne had again begun to go to school.
  • Anne was conscious of a pang of loneliness when she found herself in a room with fifty other students, not one of whom she knew, except the tall, brown-haired boy across the room; and knowing him in the fashion she did, did not help her much, as she reflected pessimistically.

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  • I find the pessimist to be, if not exactly pleasant, then at least sincere.
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  • Such a pessimist.
    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory

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