cynic[ sin-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF cynic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CYNIC
It was composed of a few overturned omnibuses; for the true Parisian is a cynic.
One may be a cynic; nevertheless that sort of music soon upsets one's stomach.
A cynic sends us a tip for the recruiting department of our army.
In 1783 he died the death of Diogenes, minus the wit of the cynic.
Suppose he is a cynic, it is to his interest to govern well.
Let no cynic obtrude other motives for that famous telegram.
As for Langham, the cynic within him was on the point of uncontrollable laughter.
Hence the fact, noted by a cynic, that it is the Mollycoddle who cuckolds the Red-blood.
But smileless, the cynic departed, and Flamby looked after him without regret.
He rarely smiled, and when he did it was the smile of the cynic and misanthrope.