expressive of or appealing to , especially the tender emotions and feelings, as love, pity, or nostalgia:
a sentimental song.
pertaining to or dependent on :
We kept the old photograph for purely sentimental reasons.
weakly emotional; mawkishly susceptible or tender:
the sentimental Victorians.
characterized by or showing or refined feeling.
Yet he is modern, in the sense that he is intellectual and anti-sentimental, as compared with Albeniz.
The London Mercury, Vol. I, Nos. 1-6, November 1919 to April 1920 Various
Perhaps she had caught and unconsciously copied some of Wellgood’s anti-sentimental attitude.
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tending to indulge the emotions excessively
making a direct appeal to the emotions, esp to romantic feelings
relating to or characterized by sentiment
1749, “pertaining to or characterized by sentiment,” from sentiment + -al (1). At first without pejorative connotations; meaning “having too much sentiment, apt to be swayed by prejudice” had emerged by 1793 (implied in sentimentalist). Related: Sentimentally.
a person who , withdraws, or secedes, as from an established church. an advocate of , especially ecclesiastical or political . of, relating to, or designating separatism or separatists: separatist forces; separatist tendencies. noun a person who advocates or practises secession from an organization or group (as modifier): a separatist movement noun (sometimes not capital) […]
attitudes or behavior based on traditional stereotypes of gender roles. discrimination or devaluation based on a person’s sex or gender, as in restricted job opportunities, especially such discrimination directed against women. ingrained and institutionalized prejudice against or hatred of women; . noun discrimination on the basis of sex, esp the oppression of women by men […]
noun a website through which people can express their contempt for a particular person, organization, pop group, etc
a plank, bar, log, or the like, especially one of a pair, on which something heavy may be slid or rolled along. one of a number of such logs or timbers forming a skidway. a low mobile platform on which goods are placed for ease in handling, moving, etc. Compare . a plank, log, low […]