(usually uncountable, plural cynisms)
From French cynisme, from Late Latin cynismus, from Ancient Greek κυνισμός (kunismos, “philosophy of the Cynics”), from κυν- (kun-), stem of κύων (kuōn, “dog”, “Cynic”); compare cynicism.
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