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adjective 
  1. Of or relating to the Cynics, a sect of ancient Greek philosophers who believed virtue to be the only good and self-control to be the only means of achieving virtue.
Etymology: From Cynic + -al.


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adjective 
  1. of or related to the belief that human actions are motivation, motivated only or primarily by base desires or selfishness.
  2. skeptical of the integrity, sincerity, or motives of others.
  3. bitterly or jadedly distrustful or contemptuous; mocking.
  4. showing contempt for accepted moral standards by one's actions.
  5. (context, medicine, rare) like the actions of a snarling dog.
Etymology: Originated 1580"90 from cynic+-al.


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