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Example sentences from the Web for upbeat
On Clorox’s most recent quarterly investor conference call in August, incoming CEO Linda Rendle and her C-suite colleagues had mostly upbeat news to share.How Clorox’s new CEO plans to turn disinfectant wipes into future wins|Phil Wahba|October 21, 2020|Fortune
Murph has a simultaneously upbeat and realistic view of our work-from-home experiment.
Get your head rightWhile they might not keep you alive in the same ways as shelter and water, an upbeat positive attitude and a generous streak of mental toughness can be literal lifesavers under the dire circumstances of a survival situation.
They all provided upbeat-to-enthusiastic testimonials, with one characterizing it as a “game-changer.”Facebook launches free ‘paid online events’ for SMBs and others|Greg Sterling|August 14, 2020|Search Engine Land
I’m not a restaurant critic to be sure, but the food was fresh and fantastic, served by an upbeat and energetic staff.
And despite the good scholarship the authors have managed to retain the buoyancy and upbeat air attendant on most comics.
Walking around Freetown as he speaks to me on the phone, the typically upbeat Pratt sounds frustrated.Was Flying Hero Doctor With Ebola to the U.S. the Wrong Call?|Abby Haglage|November 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The simultaneously upbeat and sentimental ode to friendship is equal parts funk, trance, pop, and R&B.The Swedish Queen of Soulful Pop: Mapei Won’t Wait for You to Listen|Caitlin Dickson|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He is determined to fulfill his mission of Christian charity, it appears, and he remains resolutely upbeat.Fleeing Israeli Troops, Gaza Muslims Find Refuge in a Christian Church|Jesse Rosenfeld|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If anything, they suggest that Funke was feeling upbeat, rather than beaten down by her critics.A College Student’s Death Is Now a Talking Point About Porn|Emily Shire|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for upbeat
- a usually unaccented beat, esp the last in a bar
- the upward gesture of a conductor's baton indicating thisCompare downbeat