Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cynical"

The meaning of "Cynical" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does cynical mean?
A: Simple English :
only think others do things to help themselves.
Q: What does cynical mean?
A: Cynical means, when someone is negative about something, or doubts that it will happen.

Example- my friend is very cynical about whether my business idea will work
Q: What does cynical mean?
A: A cynic or a cynical person is someone who doesn't trust another person's morals. So, if I'm cynical, I don't trust someone just because they tell me they are a good person.

Example sentences using "Cynical"

Q: Please show me example sentences with cynical.
A: He can never give anyone the benefit of the doubt, he thinks everyone is selfish and out to get him. He is so cynical.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cynical.
A: @prominencial
He/She is a very cynical person.

You don't seem like a cynical person.

I have a very cynical outlook on life.

The world is full of cynical people.

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Q: Please show me example sentences with cynical.
A: "That cynical lady never believes what I say."
"The cynical priest denied all of my evidence and continued preaching."
"Not trusting my answers was the most cynical thing you've ever done. I hope you fail."
Q: Please show me example sentences with cynical.
A: he thought that the world was a cruel place and that everybody was doomed to suffer, he was a very cynical person
Q: Please show me example sentences with cynical.
A: That's a rather cynical attitude. I'm sure that the Eagles reforming is not just about money.

He's always been a very cynical person.

Synonyms of "Cynical" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cynical and ironical ?
A: Cynical means showing cynicism: the feeling that everything is bad and everyone is lying. Cynical people are distrustful and critical.

Ironic means using or displaying irony. Irony means either saying the opposite of what you mean because the truth is obvious, or else events that are so unlikely that they seem to directly oppose or mock people's expectations. "Ironical" is not usually used; "ironic" is the much more common adjective form.
Q: What is the difference between cynical and sarcastic ?
A: cynical = negative about everything
sarcastic = ironic (this can be in a rude or funny way)
Q: What is the difference between cynical and sarcastic ?
A: Cynical more means believing the worst will happen.
"This won't work at all."
"Well you're just being cynical, it will be fine!"
Sarcasm is saying something but meaning the opposite, so :
"Oh sure, THAT will work."
"It will be fine, don't be so sarcastic"

Translations of "Cynical"

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