in a Sentence
Definition of Sanguine
optimistic, hopeful, or confident about the future
Examples of Sanguine in a sentence
Although the economy is looking better, we should still not be too sanguine about the future.
You can tell by the big smile on her fact that she has a sanguine temperament!
Despite the fact the soldiers have not been home in eight months, they are still sanguine about seeing their families soon.
The bank manager did not feel sanguine about recovering the loan.
Even though the company was closing stores, it shareholders were sanguine about their future earnings.
Because Joseph had fixed the car before, his sanguine outlook about fixing it again was not unjustified.
It amazes me how having cancer does not prevent him from being sanguine!
Since the doctor had told Sharon she could leave the hospital in two days, she was feeling quite sanguine about her recovery.
Matthew was sanguine about his wife taking him back after their short separation.
Although unemployment is rising, economists still have a sanguine view of the 21st century.
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