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bullish

adjective bull·ish \ˈb-lish also ˈbə-\

: hopeful or confident that something or someone will be successful : optimistic about the future of something or someone

: expecting the price of stocks to go up : characterized by rising stock prices

Full Definition of BULLISH

1
:  suggestive of a bull (as in brawniness)
2
a :  marked by, tending to cause, or hopeful of rising prices (as in a stock market) <a bullish market> <bullish policies> <bullish investors>
b :  optimistic about something's or someone's prospects <bullish on the company's future>
bull·ish·ly adverb
bull·ish·ness noun

Examples of BULLISH

  1. Members of her party are bullish about her reelection.
  2. They are bullish about the future of the product.

First Known Use of BULLISH

1566

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