1 In seasons of cheerfulness, no temper could be more cheerful than hers, or possess, in a greater degree, that sanguine expectation of happiness which is happiness itself.
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2 Mr. Harris, who attended her every day, still talked boldly of a speedy recovery, and Miss Dashwood was equally sanguine; but the expectation of the others was by no means so cheerful.
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3 Mr. Micawber may have concealed his difficulties from me in the first instance, but his sanguine temper may have led him to expect that he would overcome them.
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4 We might have been a party of Ogres, the conversation assumed such a sanguine complexion.
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5 Miss Mills accepted this trust, too; but was not sanguine.
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6 Your old knowledge of me, my dear Mr. Copperfield, will have told you that I have not the sanguine disposition of Mr. Micawber.
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7 She spoke of her farther as somewhat delicate and puny, but was sanguine in the hope of her being materially better for change of air.
8 On her father, her confidence had not been sanguine, but he was more negligent of his family, his habits were worse, and his manners coarser, than she had been prepared for.
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9 The success of Mr. Sowerberry's ingenious speculation, exceeded even his most sanguine hopes.
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10 His sanguine temper, and fearlessness of mind, operated very differently on her.
11 All his sanguine expectations, all his confidence had been justified.
12 Then, of course, she might give us very important information, but I was not sanguine that she would.
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13 I presume that the sanguine temperament itself and the disturbing influence end in a mentally-accomplished finish; a possibly dangerous man, probably dangerous if unselfish.
14 He was trying to gather up the scarlet threads of life and to weave them into a pattern; to find his way through the sanguine labyrinth of passion through which he was wandering.
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15 Even as Indian ivory, if one stain it with sanguine dye, or where white lilies are red with many a rose amid: such colour came on the maiden's face.