cynicism is so much more predictable and easier to deal with.
The cynicism of the American electorate is nothing compared to that of its Italian counterpart.
If the new Washington picture is gridlock and cynicism, put in charge the party that trademarked the system.
In the U.S., however, the twin reactions to his advice have been: disinterest and cynicism.
The story is Lardner at his best, skirting the fence between sentimentality and cynicism and achieving pathos.
The disregard of these common decencies lays him open to the charges of cruelty, cynicism, hardness.
They are like a collection of medals struck in honour of the conquests of cynicism.
It will confirm Mr. Beverly in his cynicism regarding her want of taste.
A little shocked at her niece's cynicism, Aunt Rosamund was silent.
He had listened in silence to the others, his rather thick but expressive lips curving with cynicism.