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(1) He seemed quite sanguine about his chances of success.
(2) They are less sanguine about the company's long-term prospects.
(3) They are less sanguine about the prospects for peace.
(4) He's remarkably sanguine about the problems involved.
(5) Other economists are more sanguine about the possibility of inflation.
(6) He tends to take a sanguine view of the problems involved.
(7) Traders are taking a sanguine view of interest-rate prospects.
(8) His close colleagues were rather less sanguine in private.
(9) Guterson, 39, seems sanguine about his remarkable success.
(10) Walking home, though, Ralph was less sanguine.
(11) Simon was not always sanguine about the population issue.
(12) However, some other forecasters are more sanguine about inflation.
(13) Even Byrne's long, sanguine features had gone pale.
(14) Jody is not sanguine about the prospects.
(15) Under less sanguine circumstances, loans are advanced more cautiously.
(16) But officials in Nevada were less sanguine.
(17) But all was not yet lost in Conrad's sanguine view, for his armies had been victorious in the north.
(18) The partners remain sanguine about speculation that their tenure of the company they founded is coming to an end.
(19) Surely, the sanguine tone seemed out of place; maybe it was meant to mask deep discouragement.
(20) De Oriol of Iberdrola was less sanguine about the possibility of increased dividends.
(21) Such a sanguine conclusion may seem odd at a time when furious arguments are no doubt raging behind the scenes. Sentencedict.com
(22) Sanguine: this type has a well-balanced, strong temperament, and is usually lively.
(23) He has a sanguine attitude to life.
(24) They have begun to take a more sanguine view.
(25) On the crowded streets of Hong Kong, the masses feel less sanguine about the Communist takeover.
(26) The literature on policy failure should counsel caution about such a sanguine view.
(27) This is not to say that Brownmiller has written a sanguine portrait of sisters locking arms in struggle.
(28) But Pat Butler, a school governor and a Conservative county councillor, is less sanguine.
(29) A University of Michigan study said consumers grew less sanguine about their finances this month.
(30) We stopped believing in the four humours, but we remain bilious, choleric, sanguine and phlegmatic.
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