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The experience left them sanguine about the sometimes vitriolic opinions of strangers on the Internet. She is equally desirous of Levine, as animalistic and eager to consume him while sticky with sanguine fluid. That said, I am not as sanguine about the future of the U. Markets will not be so sanguine if it is the Spanish or Italian banking system that needs an infusion. Some conservative pro-Israel groups and most Republicans opposed Hagel for being too hostile to Israel and too sanguine on Iran. But the massacre succeeded beyond the most sanguine expectations of the conspirators. He leaves to Sir Thomas of Langton, chaplain, a toga of sanguine color furred; a chalice worth 40s. A person of phlegmatic disposition who is a blockhead, would, with a sanguine nature, be a fool. He was in the full career of fortune again, and sanguine of success, before they met.
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. Judis A lot of attention also is being devoted to the development of vaccines to prevent genital herpes, although not everyone is sanguine about the outcome. Ramos-Zayas c : accompanied by, involving, or relating to bloodshed : bloody … from the numerous graves, including those by the barn, which our shells had destroyed; we realized what a sanguine battle it had been … — Frederick W. Chesterton sanguine. Adjective Sanguine has quite a few relatives in English. Sangfroid "self-possession especially under strain" and sanguineous "bloodthirsty" are consanguineous with sanguine. Consanguineous, means "descended from the same ancestor. Exsanguination "the draining or losing of blood" , sanguinary "murderous" or "bloody" , and the rare sangsue "leech" and sanguinolent "tinged with blood" are also sanguis relatives.
Sanguines find social interactions with faces both familiar and unfamiliar invigorating. This is how they recharge, and time alone - while sometimes desirable - can bore them quickly. The more people they're surrounded by, the better they feel, and they're not picky about who they get to know. They enjoy having many, many friends. While sanguines enjoy being around other people, it's largely because they enjoy the attention of others and feel good about the fact that they are not lonely. They are bubbly, fun-loving, extroverted people-people who are always in the mood for a good time. They love wild nights out. They make friends quickly, and they'll cheerily talk to strangers.