A cynic is a person that doesnt believe what other people say and they are always trying to disprove the truth that is front of them. They do it in a sneering, be…ligerant way.... ( Full Answer )
The base meaning of cynic is "like a dog." The term was applied to the followers of Antisthenes, who taught a Zen-like detachment from desire, probably because Kyon (or "dog")… was the nickname of Diogenes, the most famous cynic of all. Nowadays the word often means "doubtful" or "full of disbelief" concerning the claims made about the virtues of a particular thing. .
Example: That TV advert seems too good to be true, so I am cynical about whether the device works. ( Full Answer )
Is best describe as a lack of confidence in, or bitterness with, other people, subjects with this trait may be incapable of expressing adequate anger, and may have poor lifest…yle. High levels of stress and depression are found in this individuals which puts them at a higher risk of coronary heart disease. ( Full Answer )
Lyricism, pessimism, optimism are the best. Really you could use any 'ism', like marxism, buddhism, judaism, or mannerism. Definition and best decision also kind of rhyme,… but not really. ( Full Answer )