from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not marked by or given to despondency.


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  • A poem, the precious distillation of such a character and such a life as his through all those sorrowing but undespondent years, must have a meaning in it which few men have meaning enough in themselves wholly to penetrate.

    Among My Books Second Series


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