The cynicism of the American electorate is nothing compared to that of its Italian counterpart.
In the U.S., however, the twin reactions to his advice have been: disinterest and cynicism.
But Sciortino cut her teeth in that world of excess irony, cynicism, and posturing.
Israelis who believe in peace must shake off their fatigue and cynicism and say: NO.
After Vietnam, it was axiomatic that the press would approach those in power with a skepticism verging on cynicism.
The disregard of these common decencies lays him open to the charges of cruelty, cynicism, hardness.
The development of living ideals is not in an atmosphere of cynicism.
It will confirm Mr. Beverly in his cynicism regarding her want of taste.
From vanity he spoke of himself in the highest terms and from cynicism in the lowest.
He had listened in silence to the others, his rather thick but expressive lips curving with cynicism.