OPTIMISM's Sentences and Contexts

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 Sentences of optimism
Definition:
n. tendency to expect the best possible outcome; belief that the universe is improving and good will win over evil
Example:
I think the hardest thing is tempering optimism with reality, and vice versa.
That conference started with optimism and broke down with recriminations between the U.S., China and others.
Sentence in Classic:
Her fingers fluttered; her sympathy came out in spurts; she sat on the edge of a chair in eagerness to be near her auditor, to send her enthusiasms and optimism across.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis Context
Only the Henty books and the Elsie books and the latest optimisms by moral female novelists and virile clergymen were in general demand, and the board themselves were interested only in old, stilted volumes.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis Context