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optimistic
used in Killing Kennedy

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Definition
expecting the best; or focusing on the good part of things
  • He is not optimistic, nor even hopeful.
    p. 116.7
  • If she could see the hell her good friend Adlai Stevenson is enduring in Dallas this balmy evening, she might not be so optimistic about making the upcoming Texas trip with her husband.
    p. 227.2
  • The murders of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, coupled with the drawn-out American involvement in Vietnam, led to a national sense of disillusionment that was the diametric opposite of Camelot's hope and optimism.
    p. 299.1

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