(adj.) = pessimist ; pessimistic ; sombre [somber, -USA] ; gloomy ; doomsayer ; negativist ; worryguts ; worrywart ; worrypot ; blackly ; doomy ; worrier ; bearish. Nota: Generalmente referido al mercado y a la economía. Ex: Only an incurable pessimist would refuse to concede that the future will be longer than the past. Ex: As the sales figures show, DC is very much alive, despite pessimistic forecasts in the 1960s. Ex: The major source of national library resourcing remains central governments and the general picture of funding is sombre. Ex: In spite of gloomy conditions thoughtful library leaders are saying that opportunities have never been more promising. Ex: Doomsayers persist in the belief that the book world has been overrun by philistinism. Ex: For this reason, I will probably not vote in the London mayoral election at all and this doesn't make me a whinging negativist dweeb. Ex: He is far too young to be such a worryguts. Ex: The incidence of banks going belly-up is pretty rare, but for worrywarts, it's nice to know the government will take care of you if something happens. Ex: Some of the characters in the play are barking mad and the Mayor is a worrypot!. Ex: Some possible candidates would definitely include Tom Lehrer, a former Harvard professor who became a song writer of blackly satirical songs. Ex: It has been so damn dreary in Pittsburgh as of late, raining just about every day with little or no sunshine, so I've been in a very doomy mood. Ex: If you're a born worrier, try to identify the times you catch yourself worrying most. Ex: Small investors aren't the only one's turning bearish on equities, the persistent negativity is spilling over to Wall Street as well. ---- * de modo pesimista = gloomily.