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op·ti·mist

 (ŏp′tə-mĭst)
n.
1. One who usually expects a favorable outcome.
2. A believer in philosophical optimism.

op′ti·mis′tic adj.
op′ti·mis′ti·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.optimistically - with optimism; in an optimistic manner; "`We have a good chance of winning,' he exclaimed optimistically"
pessimistically - with pessimism; in a pessimistic manner; "he evaluated his chances for survival rather pessimistically"
Translations
بِصورَةٍ تَفاؤُلِيَّه
derûlátóan
af/meî bjartsÿni
optimisticky
iyimserlikle

optimistically

[ˌɒptɪˈmɪstɪklɪ] ADVcon optimismo

optimistically

[ˌɒptɪˈmɪstɪkəli] adv [speak, announce] → avec optimisme

optimistically

advoptimistisch

optimistically

[ˌɒptɪˈmɪstɪklɪ] advottimisticamente

optimism

(ˈoptimizəm) noun
a state of mind in which one always hopes or expects that something good will happen. Even when it was obvious to the others that he was not going to succeed he was full of optimism.
ˈoptimist noun
ˌoptiˈmistic adjective
always hoping or believing that something good will happen. an optimistic person/attitude.
optiˈmistically adverb
References in classic literature ?
Oh, yes, I think I will, Marilla," returned Anne optimistically.
Nietzsche is able to think cheerfully and optimistically of the possibility of life in this world recurring again and again, when he has once cast the dwarf from his shoulders, and he announces his doctrine of the Eternal Recurrence of all things great and small to his arch-enemy and in defiance of him.
He proceeded on his embassy with a mixture of excitement and embarrassment which caused him to turn aside with his hand on the curtain, and to examine intently for several moments the portrait of a lady, optimistically said by Mrs.
KUWAIT, April 3 (KUNA) -- "Al-Nuwair Positive Initiative" (NPI) announced on Sunday that it would be holding a forthcoming press conference on living optimistically slated for April 23-24, with participation of a bevy of psychologists.
BERLIN, Rabi'II 26, 1435, Feb 26, 2014, SPA -- German consumers are continuing to look ahead optimistically in 2014 as Europe's largest economy's growth accelerates, according to AP.
We are thinking optimistically about Kevin's injury improving and it's nice that he's painfree; that is great news for him and for us," said Flower.
We are thinking optimistically about Kevin's injury improving and it's nice that he's pain free; that is great news for him and for us," said Flower.
We hope that in his transition he'll continue to mature," Usher says, optimistically.
Anyone who has read Stevens' bio (or watched this heartbreaking video of him speaking optimistically about the future of Libya as he embarked on his assignment there) can see that Stevens was both faithfully and energetically committed to helping Libya stabilize in the months following its successful revolution against Muammar Gaddafi.
And while we are optimistically waiting for the pleasant surprise from the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and his special envoy Matthew Nimetz, they will repeat the same messages and we will measure every word, scratch every new visit and meeting only for them to tell us at the end in few years that we have missed another opportunity such as George Papandreou, Kostovska concludes.
While there, news came through that London would host the 2012 Olympics and when it was optimistically suggested to Murray that, seven years later, he might compete in those games as newly-crowned Wimbledon champion, the teenage starlet refused to discount the notion.
Khalil optimistically anticipated a near government formation especially that March 14 declared its intention not to participate in the imminent cabinet.

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