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  • And the talk that he had thought of as cynicism when he had first heard it had turned out to be much too true.
  • That had been the first big disillusion to him a few months back and he had started to be cynical to himself about it.
  • Karkov was not cynical about those times either when he talked.
  • He had not liked Gaylord’s, the hotel in Madrid the Russians had taken over when he first went there because it seemed too luxurious and the food was too good for a besieged city and the talk too cynical for a war.
  • We are caught between the ignorant and the cynical.
  • It was the one thing he was never cynical about.
  • Don’t get cynical.
  • Not even by a cynic like you," the puffy-eyed man said.

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  • The experience made her overly cynical.
  • She is cynical and unhappy.

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