uncynical

uncynical

(ʌnˈsɪnɪkəl)
adj
not cynical
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The less cynical would call it, well, uncynical. Saeidi and ElDessouky prefer "optimistic".
It's a disconcerting time, and I think this is a film that's completely uncynical.'
It's something that we need in the world right now and it's an all-out, uncynical attempt to make people feel better about themselves and that washes over the viewers too.
The novel's tight pacing and uncynical approach to its subject matter capture the essence of a young group on the road -- a trip to be savored, one gritty gig at a time.
Likewise, Solaris Sapiente and Rocio Marie Cabrera were refreshingly uncynical in their claims that the representation of deep and often painful emotions could serve as a mode of healing and a means of empowerment.
Section I.B examines a recent, uncynical account that attributes the disparity to the rise of a new form of purposivism.
The films' emotional restraint and rigorous, process-driven storytelling have led some to note the emergence of a more mature, grown-up Spielberg, albeit one who clings to an uncynical belief in human decency.
"What is amazing here is that Nick brought in a Plasticine Dug and showed me a little bit of animation of him and he just had such wide eyes and was clearly so hopeful and uncynical and optimistic that we just started playing around there.
One group stares at me in disbelief (I am not known, I think, for utterly uncynical heartwarming stories of possible animal resurrection) and tries to change the subject as quickly as possible.
Why would a child, in its uncynical, idealistic way, possibly comprehend that there were reasons - any reasons - why children should be going without the most simple necessities of life - food.
Yet it is typical of the poem's alertness to the complexity of feeling that, heard another way, Hopkins's phrasing there expounds an uncynical trust in the immediacy of God's benevolence ("all you have to do is ask for patience, and war and wounds will disappear"); and, in the remainder of the octave, the poem opens out into a realisation of patience's rewards: "Natural heart's-ivy Patience masks / Our ruins of wrecked past purpose.