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optimistic
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • However, there’s reason for optimism.
  • Pim is a big optimist, but he always has his reasons.
  • As always, the Dutch program was uplifting without being too optimistic.
  • The political situation is improving, I’m extremely optimistic.
  • Then we were hopeful, no reason to doubt That optimism would win the bout, And by the time this year came round, We’d all be free, and s* and sound.
  • Perhaps the day will come when I’ll be able to realize them! Yours, Anne M. Frank FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1944 Dearest Kitty, I’m finally getting optimistic.
  • Optimists and pessimists — not to mention the realists —air their opinions with unflagging energy, and as with everything else, they’re all certain that they have a monopoly on the truth.
  • There’s a general mood of optimism about the Russian front, because that’s going great guns! I don’t often write about the political situation, but I must tell you where the Russians are at the moment.

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  • I’m optimistic that I’ll get into a good college.
  • She keeps telling me her chances of dying in a car accident are 1 in 112, but I keep telling her that’s too optimistic if she drinks while intoxicated.

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