English words and Examples of Usage

use "pessimistic" in a sentence

But the soldier son, who speaks on condition of anonymity, is more pessimistic.

Moreover, it's well above the 10% of pessimistic respondents from the 2007 survey.

Voters growing more pessimistic: Poll Are humans underrated in a tech-driven world?

And it seems unduly pessimistic, even for CEO Marissa Mayer’s harshest critics.

But none of his economic models was pessimistic enough to match how low oil prices dropped.

It does seem as though the nature of this presidential campaign is unabashedly pessimistic.

But his analysis of the state of relations with the Palestinians was profoundly pessimistic.

The latest poll from Forum Research was even more pessimistic, putting the Greens at 6 per cent.

Paolo Ferri had been growing pessimistic about the lander coming back online You're getting data.

Sick people tend to be pessimistic.

Some people believe that the Buddha's teachings are pessimistic because of the emphasis on suffering.

Some people believe that the Buddha's teachings are pessimistic because of the emphasis on suffering.

I don't want to be pessimistic, but, I think we have little chance of winning the game.

” Here Schiller presents a very pessimistic view of mankind.

The young man was asking impertinent questions of the teacher, and she began to get annoyed. pessimistic

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