English words and Examples of Usage
use "cynical" in a sentence
Cellini is portrayed as a passionate and troubled man, plagued by the inconsistencies of life under the "patronage" of a false and somewhat cynical
Rita has a world weary, cynical
attitude, and a stereotypical New York twang, while Runt speaks with the vocal mannerisms made
Western influence and opposit
ion to Russian autocracy
mounted, the regime reacted by creating a secret police and increasing censorship in order to curtail
the activities of persons advocating change.
Lufthansa and other German airlines reportedly lobbied their government to curtail
BA 's and Dan-Air's activities in Berlin, arguing that German airlines enjoyed no equivalent rights in the UK.
The 1956 Pipeline Debate led to the widespread impression that the Liberals had grown arrogant in power when the government invoked closure on numerous occasions in order to curtail
debate and ensure that its Pipeline Bill passed by a specific deadline.
costs only the Semaphore fort was to be built initially, as it was considered the most critical.
Robinson, "Politics, Force and Ethnicity in Ming China," 80. Scholar-officials also associated the lavish expense of the fleets with eunuch power at court, and so halted funding for these ventures as a means to curtail
further eunuch influence.
, Ahriman the sorcerer attempted to curtail
the effect of his patron's gifts of mutation
to better preserve
the legionnaires' remaining humanity
Tyree was also vehem
d to runaway growth in florid
a, and gained national recog
nition for his passionate speeches and legislative prop
osals to discourag
e tourism, curtail
land development, and protect the environment.
Corporate mergers between rail
roads was seen as a way to curtail
these issues by combining capital, services, and creating efficiencies.
"Mexico" was an attack on then President Richard Nixon 's Operation Intercept, which had been implemented to curtail
the flow of marijuana into the United States.
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