Synonyms & Antonyms : Cynical
( Adjective )
smile revealed his malicious intention.
I’m rather skeptical
about his chances of winning despite what the paper say.
She has always shown herself to be contemptuous
of public opinion.
It is ironic
that she became a teacher, because she used to hate school when she was a girl.
I think the original sales figures were too pessimistic.
People who don’t like him said he was very sarcastic.
He must have been pretty gullible
to fall for that old trick.
I feel hopeful
that we’ll find a suitable house very soon.
She is not optimistic
about the outcome.
He had crept upon his unsuspecting
victim from behind.
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