sanguinity

NOUN
  1. feeling sanguine; optimistically cheerful and confident
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How To Use sanguinity In A Sentence

  • Further public demonstrations of ideological consanguinity are required to tilt the issue in her favour.
  • Blackstone, on consanguinity, which is as follows: -- The Spirit of the Age Contemporary Portraits
  • Everyone into the remotest hinterland of consanguinity has been married.
  • Aside from a thorough medical family history, there is no need to offer any genetic testing on the basis of consanguinity alone.
  • Pentecostalism and jazz are undeniably siblings, with all the consanguinity and rivalry such a blood link always brings with it.
  • To blood ties, to civil relationship, a new consanguinity is added, Miguel Angel Asturias - Banquet Speech
  • ‘The laws of consanguinity have always been more lax there,’ Valerian explained, cupping her lavender filled pomander in her lap.
  • The lawsuit developed into a test of the consanguinity of the claimant to the estate.
  • Because I believe that economic success inspires ambition and appetite in national leaders, not sanguinity or contentedness.
  • Aside from a thorough medical family history, there is no need to offer any genetic testing on the basis of consanguinity alone.
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