OPTIMISTICALLY: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for OPTIMISTICALLY?

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Associations of "Optimistically" (30 Words)

anticipateRegard something as probable or likely.
She anticipated scorn on her return to the theatre.
anticipationThe act of predicting (as by reasoning about the future.
Each of them had their own anticipations.
anticipatory(of a breach of contract) taking the form of an announcement or indication that a contract will not be honoured.
An anticipatory flash of excitement.
assumeMake a pretence of.
Militant activity had assumed epidemic proportions.
assumptionArrogance or presumption.
Your assumption that I would agree was unwarranted.
astrologerSomeone who predicts the future by the positions of the planets and sun and Moon.
He was advised by astrologers to delay his departure.
conjectureTo believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds.
Conjectures about the newcomer were many and varied.
envisageContemplate or conceive of as a possibility or a desirable future event.
The Rome Treaty envisaged free movement across frontiers.
expectConsider obligatory request and expect.
We expect employers to pay a reasonable salary.
expectancyThe state of thinking or hoping that something, especially something good, will happen.
An indicator of expectancy in development.
forecastJudge to be probable.
Coal consumption in Europe is forecast to increase.
forecastingA statement made about the future.
foreseeBe aware of beforehand; predict.
We did not foresee any difficulties.
guessPut forward of a guess in spite of possible refutation.
My guess is that within a year we will have a referendum.
guessworkAn estimate based on little or no information.
Answering this question will involve you in a certain amount of guesswork.
hopeA specific instance of feeling hopeful.
In spite of his troubles he never gave up hope.
hopefulFull or promise.
Two executive hopefuls joined the firm.
inferDeduce or conclude (something) from evidence and reasoning rather than from explicit statements.
From these facts we can infer that crime has been increasing.
Experts could not positively identify the voices.
preconceptionA partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation.
He did not even try to confirm his preconceptions.
predictMake a prediction about tell in advance.
It is too early to predict a result.
presumeBe arrogant or impertinent enough to do something.
Two of the journalists went missing and are presumed dead.
presupposeRequire as a necessary antecedent or precondition.
Their original prediction presupposed a universe only three billion years old.
realisticallyIn a realistic manner.
This film realistically simulates the effects that a nuclear war could have.
speculateForm a theory or conjecture about a subject without firm evidence.
My colleagues speculate about my private life.
speculationA message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence.
He was a millionaire from speculations on the stock market.
supposeTake for granted or as a given suppose beforehand.
The theory supposes a predisposition to interpret utterances.
suppositionA belief held without proof or certain knowledge; an assumption or hypothesis.
They were working on the supposition that his death was murder.
surmiseInfer from incomplete evidence.
All these observations remain surmise.
thinkAn instance of deliberate thinking.
I can t think what her last name was.

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