pessimist

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From French pessimiste, from Latin pessimus ‎(worst).

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pessimist ‎(plural pessimists)

  1. Someone who habitually expects the worst outcome; one who looks on the dark side of things.

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pessimist m ‎(plural pessimisten, diminutive pessimistje n, feminine pessimiste)

  1. pessimist
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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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pessimist m ‎(definite singular pessimisten, indefinite plural pessimister, definite plural pessimistene)

  1. a pessimist

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pessimist m ‎(definite singular pessimisten, indefinite plural pessimistar, definite plural pessimistane)

  1. a pessimist

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