How do you use the word cynical in a sentence?

I am going to be really cynical here and say that I guess that you just copied this question from your homework, and are going to copy my answer as your answer without reading it or attempting to comprehend it.

I am very cynical when I hear politicians making promises.

The announcement of lower taxes was greeted with cynical skepticism.

A cynical man is the one least likely to be disappointed.

We were surprised by the cynical comments from the normally diplomatic official.

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Her boyfriend's cheating left her very cynical about men.

Even the most cynical critics were uplifted by Sandra Bullock's last film.

St. Thomas was cynical about the resurrection until he touched Jesus's bloody wounds.

A glowing smile from the tiny child melted my cynical attitude in seconds.

He was an avid baseball fan until the steroids scandal left him cynical about the entire game.

Years of working with the poor may leave some feeling cynical, but for Mother Theresa, it only strengthened her faith.

The misanthrope was always cynical in his responses to the general public.

After a pep talk one day, and a lay off the next, the remaining staff was very cynical about the company's promises.

My coworkers are so cynical, all they do is complain about the boss.

The older I get, the more cynical I become.

The misanthrope was always cynical in his responses to the general public.