- adj. 有希望的
- 抱有希望的 feeling hope
- 给人以希望的 giving cause for hope of success
an ambitious and aspiring young person;
"a lofty aspirant"
"two executive hopefuls joined the firm"
"the audience was full of Madonna wannabes"
having or manifesting hope;
"a line of people hopeful of obtaining tickets"
"found a hopeful way of attacking the problem"
full or promise;
"had a bright future in publishing"
"the scandal threatened an abrupt end to a promising political career"
"a hopeful new singer on Broadway"
- I'm hopeful that they'll fulfil the task on time.
- I am very hopeful that we will be able to reach an agreement.
- John is a very hopeful student.
- She has a hopeful look on her face.
- This is a hopeful news.
- The future seems not very hopeful.
- We are hopeful about the future.
- He is hopeful of success in his new job.
- Charles was hopeful of winning the prize.
- The police are hopeful that they will soon find the killer.
- I'm hopeful that he'll arrive early.
- ardently hopeful 抱有热切希望的
Hopeful of some reward.出自： T. Herbert
Gazing at his companion as a hopeful legatee might gaze at a lawyer engaged in reading a will.出自： J. Buchan