Noun(1) an ambitious and aspiring young person
Adjective(1) having or manifesting hope(2) likely to turn out well in the future
(1) However, their bright and hopeful view of the future certainly stayed in my mind.(2) Nor is he very hopeful that there will ever be a ceasefire in his native land.(3) He is now waiting for the board to make their final decision but is hopeful he will prove the right man for the job.(4) We were taking the best precautions we could, but when it came into the Wharfedale valley we were not very hopeful .(5) It was generally agreed that what was happening was very hopeful and a step in the right direction.(6) Her father John said it was a terrible time for the family but they are hopeful she will make a good recovery.(7) The teacher in charge is hopeful the target will be reached.(8) We see the emergence of these men and women of conscience as a positive and hopeful sign.(9) Certainly they are in good form at the moment and will be very hopeful of progressing to the next stage.(10) The Big Bang cosmology has an immense ideological appeal in a society without any hopeful vision of the future.(11) One of the things that might compromise these hopeful signs is the disarray of the US labour movement.(12) Harold Taylor, an anti-fox hunting campaigner, is also hopeful the bill will be passed.(13) From the feedback received, the Committee is hopeful the the matter will be sorted out.(14) The country became a magnet for the international left, who saw hopeful signs in the revolution.(15) A product of the club's academy system, Langley is hopeful his future remains with Bradford.(16) They are still hopeful fresh evidence will come to light and Mr Hall made a desperate appeal for new information.
(1) be hopeful :: fod yn obeithiol
1. optimistic ::
2. promising ::
3. candidate ::
1. bleak ::
2. dark ::
3. depressing ::
4. desperate ::
5. dismal ::
6. dreary ::
7. gloomy ::
8. hopeless ::
9. inauspicious ::
10. pessimistic ::
11. unlikely ::
Different Formshopeful, hopefully, hopefulness, hopefuls
Word Example from TV Shows
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Walt, I'm just trying to be HOPEFUL,
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 9
...and a desperate
yet HOPEFUL listing on eHarmony.com.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 10
- Oh, good for you, Raj.
- Yes, I'm very HOPEFUL.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 15
because he's HOPEFUL
for a successful military alliance.
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6
That's kind of, like,
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 5
English to Welsh Dictionary: hopeful
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