Similar words: cynical, cynic, ironically, cynicism, clinical, technical, comically, mechanical. Meaning: adv. in a cynical manner.
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1) They cynically tried to trade off a reduction in the slaughter of dolphins against a resumption of commercial whaling.
2) The government is cynically running down Swe-den's welfare system.
3) He accused the mainstream political parties of cynically exploiting this situation.
4) He pursued his own interests, cynically exploiting his privileged position as trustee.
5) to make cynically callous.
6) Perhaps, more cynically, it reflects a weariness on the part of those subject to multiple restructurings on the apparent whim of new management.
7) Politicians, whether cynically or not, have so far dismissed such claims as pleas for a lawyers' welfare state.
8) Granted, the tobacco firms cynically aimed their products at children.
9) Rohan had tried to exploit her cynically for his own gain.
10) All these have been supposedly cynically instituted by the state capital complex.
11) These are not, you have to believe, the cynically high-minded ravings of a politician who merely wants to get re-elected.
12) They cynically target the newly redundant and suggest a complete break with their old firm.
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14) Or take campaign-finance reform, which both parties cynically agreed to sit on until 1996 was safely over.
15) She was cynically amused by the fact that Lorimer seemed so familiar with this form of ingress into the Salamanca manse.
16) The issue was chosen, cynically, as a way of making the party seem modern, compassionate, young and electable.
17) Others felt Citigroup had cynically breached a gentleman's agreement central to the workings of the market.
18) As one former customer said cynically, "He's probably pocketed the difference!".
19) It was deliberately smashed by people who used it cynically for their own electoral purposes.
20) She looked down at her bandaged left hand then smiled cynically at her reflection in the darkened glass.
21) Pukhov, a careerist painter, sacrifices his artistic integrity by cynically painting potboilers to please factory and party committees.
22) Some women who answered the questions were found to be smically cynically hostile, or highly untrusting about of others.
23) Some women who answered the questions were found to cynically hostile, or highly untrusting of others.
24) The heart of the problem is a lack of trust, made worse by what Russia sees as NATO's cynically broad interpretation of the UN Security Council resolution on Libya—a "betrayal", say some Russians.
25) Some women who answered the questions were found to bex x cynically hostile, or highly untrusting of others.
26) Cordoned by William of Orange, few events in the blood-stained history of the Highland clans have quite the dreadful resonance of this act, carried out so cynically as a matter of public policy.
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29) Even though his analysis was logical and coherent, he tended to look at human beings too darkly, cynically, and demandingly.
30) Some women who answered the questions were found to be cynically hostile, or highly untrusting of others. These women were 16% more likely to die than the others.
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