Examples of cynicism in a Sentence
Nothing could change her cynicism about politics.
Recent Examples of cynicism from the Web
And there's another piece to Trumpism evident in this climate decision: A deep cynicism and suspicion about the rest of the world and its views of the United States.
This might be a new level of cynicism for the Trump administration, which has repeatedly trashed nonpartisan agencies.
But how will this show’s melodrama and cynicism fare in a year when political strife seems baked into the daily news cycle?
Forget the low lows of 2016, a year defined by political cynicism and brutish behavior, or even these first months of 2017, which have been swallowed by dramatic revelations and relentless Washington in-fighting.
Do not underestimate the cynicism of the Obama administration.
That underscores the cynicism of the Republican attack.
There is another possible explanation, and that is growing cynicism.
Jyn’s idealistic Jedi-ish tendencies are at first checked by a hint of Bogart-esque cynicism.
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Origin and Etymology of cynicism
First Known Use: 1663
CYNICISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cynicism for English Language Learners
: cynical beliefs : beliefs that people are generally selfish and dishonest
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