Antonyms for cynically

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"That won't matter," said Binet, cynically, and explained himself.

Not a few of the fabliaux are cynically gross—ribald but not voluptuous.

"She'll probably take the reins," said Sir Thorald, cynically.

"People like us do not keep our promises," answered La Roulante, cynically.

"You can't keep him there long," Tenison had cynically warned him.

The sentiment might be expressed sentimentally as easily as cynically.

As for Tansley, who came in soon after, he was cynically scornful.

"Then he must have thought you the other kind," Millar said cynically.

Then, as Moran watched her cynically, she tore it into strips.

Speaking calmly, detachedly, but not cynically, it is a phase.

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