uncynically

uncynically

(ʌnˈsɪnɪkəlɪ)
adv
in an uncynical manner
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Thankfully, it seems that Mashrou' Leila are now past their "rough spot." The band even managed to write and record an "uncynically happy" song -- "Radio Romance" -- for "The Beirut School."
She uncynically proposes that the retail environment is an exciting video-space of today, and the social media-fueled microbusiness a logical form to investigate.
As soon as she arrives in her assigned point-country, Brazil, she cuts back on her "notoriously" excessive drinking and even begins to smile (uncynically) for the first time in the film.
Is the arena of global health uncynically sanguine as it strives for equity and transnational human rights?
I think of this, the uncynically full-throated childhood-me, as I watch the birds of spring return, and yet the snow keeps falling.