Some cynics say that sport is a mere instrument of capitalist domination.
Cynics believe that finding a good husband these days is a game of chance.
Cynics point out that all this speculation is a great way of keeping Mr Bloomberg's name in lights, and avoiding the lame-duckery that has so crippled the man now in the White House.
Gentlemen, don't be cynics like Luke.
Compared with their elders, they are welfare cynics.
Others viewed the Cynics less charitably.
Justice, say the cynics, is what the judge had for breakfast.
But making those things happen is not as difficult as cynics profess.
He valued character over pedigree, and he was no cynic.
I know how tempting such cynicism may be. But I still think the cynics are wrong.
She started—then endeavoured to say calmly, " Cynics say that cures the anxiety by curing the love."
Will you be a cynic, or will you be a builder?
He remained, at heart, a courtier and a cynic.
The ancient Cynics are very different from what's meant by cynicism today, which is thinking everything is worthless.
These early Cynics were a carefree bunch, drawn to the freedom of a wandering lifestyle.
When JFK and LBJ worked to create Medicare, the cynics said it would take away our freedom.
After Diogenes' death, adherents to his philosophy continued to call themselves Cynics for about 900 years, until 500 CE.
Here the hanging could not be more generous ; a cynic might say stretched out.
Cynics say box-tickers have benefited lavishly from the weighty stacks of regulation that have been pumped out since the crisis.
Whenever the moment, Oliver Weston was now officially a cynic who only believed in betrayal and suspicion.
Dreams that don't incorporate the concerns of cynics like you.
I didn't know you were such a cynic.
It's hard to be a cynic after that.