Very possibly I should call it the same; but, my dear sir, cui bono?
He had adopted as his motto and watchword the fatal cui bono?
If discarnate spirits don't trouble about the personal affairs of those on earth, the "cui bono" argument is hurled at them.
And straightway hereupon, arose the natural question of cui bono?
It is possible that certain captious persons may be disposed to inquire into the cui bono?
But he had got so far as to ask himself the question,—cui bono?
To which Mr. Brandram, who was rector of Beckenham, replied “cui bono?”
I would wring my hands, and rend the air with cries of cui bono.
Goes with 'the tented field' and casus belli: cherchez la femme and cui bono?
Hence the universal apathy in the face of crying evils and damning customs; hence also the helpless "cui bono?"