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- Oh, damn my soul! but that's worse than I expected — and the devil knows I was not sanguine!'Chapter 20 (56% in)
- ...by forming the source of constant future anxiety — in fact, that his health and strength were being sacrificed to preserve a mere ruin of humanity — he knew no limits in gratitude and joy when Catherine's life was declared out of danger; and hour after hour he would sit beside her, tracing the gradual return to bodily health, and flattering his too sanguine hopes with the illusion that her mind would settle back to its right balance also, and she would soon be entirely her former self.Chapter 13 (3% in)
- Catherine ran wild with joy at the idea of welcoming her father back; and indulged most sanguine anticipations of the innumerable excellencies of her 'real' cousin.Chapter 19 (4% in)
There are no more uses of "sanguine" in Wuthering Heights.
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