Definition of Sanguineness

1. Noun. Feeling sanguine; optimistically cheerful and confident.

Exact synonyms: Sanguinity
Generic synonyms: Optimism
Derivative terms: Sanguine, Sanguine



Definition of Sanguineness

1. n. The quality of being sanguine.

Definition of Sanguineness

1. Noun. The property of being sanguine. ¹

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Definition of Sanguineness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sanguineness

sanguigenous
sanguinaceous
sanguinaria
sanguinarian
sanguinarians
sanguinarias
sanguinarily
sanguinarine
sanguinariness
sanguinary
sanguinary ant
sanguine
sanguined
sanguineless
sanguinely
sanguineness (current term)
sanguinenesses
sanguineous
sanguineous cyst
sanguines
sanguining
sanguinities
sanguinity
sanguinivorous
sanguinolency
sanguinolent
sanguinopurulent
sanguisuge
sanguisuges
sanguivorous

Literary usage of Sanguineness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Outlines of Psychology, Based Upon the Results of Experimental Investigation by Oswald Külpe (1895)
"The others (with the possible exception of sanguineness) are indicative not of ... Capriciousness of character and sanguineness of temperament are thus very ..."

2. Outlines of Psychology: Based Upon the Results of Experimental Investigation by Oswald Külpe, Edward Bradford Titchener (1909)
"Capriciousness of character and sanguineness of ... indeed, we define sanguineness (as is sometimes done) with special reference to pleasure. ..."

3. The Economy of Consumption: An Omitted Chapter in Political Economy by Robert Scott Moffat (1878)
"Besides, this sanguineness tells two ways on the question. ... Now, as profits and losses alternate, the sanguineness of adventurers will naturally lead to ..."

4. Interest & Saving by Edward Carter Kersey Gonner (1906)
"It has been urged by some that an innate sanguineness of disposition and a belief in ... sanguineness, however, while to some extent a matter of the time, ..."

5. Outlines of Psychology, Based Upon the Results of Experimental Investigation by Oswald Külpe (1895)
"The others (with the possible exception of sanguineness) are indicative not of ... Capriciousness of character and sanguineness of temperament are thus very ..."

6. Outlines of Psychology: Based Upon the Results of Experimental Investigation by Oswald Külpe, Edward Bradford Titchener (1909)
"Capriciousness of character and sanguineness of ... indeed, we define sanguineness (as is sometimes done) with special reference to pleasure. ..."

7. The Economy of Consumption: An Omitted Chapter in Political Economy by Robert Scott Moffat (1878)
"Besides, this sanguineness tells two ways on the question. ... Now, as profits and losses alternate, the sanguineness of adventurers will naturally lead to ..."

8. Interest & Saving by Edward Carter Kersey Gonner (1906)
"It has been urged by some that an innate sanguineness of disposition and a belief in ... sanguineness, however, while to some extent a matter of the time, ..."

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