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I thought you scoffed at all baritones, and only delighted in maudlin tenors and anticking sopranos.
THE DOMINANT STRAINANNA CHAPIN RAY
The men of Lewis and Skye tackled the liquid bounty with great glee, and soon were in a state of maudlin intoxication.
The maudlin stockman had indeed to be restrained by his neighbors from precipitating himself upon the barrels of Stingaree.
STINGAREEE. W. (ERNEST WILLIAM) HORNUNG
One moment he was in maudlin tears and the next he was cracking some miserable joke about the disaster.
THE JOHNSTOWN HORRORJAMES HERBERT WALKER
Gorki's cheap sentiment, and maudlin pity, often result in clap-trap and padding which are foreign to the artist proper.
MAXIM GORKIHANS OSTWALD
They stopped at the gate to bid each other a maudlin farewell.
HALF A LIFE-TIME AGOELIZABETH GASKELL
Is it a time, do you think, for scruples or for maudlin sentiment?
MYSTERIOUS MR. SABINE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
"And are damned for a croaking, maudlin' craven," added Joseph.
THE TAVERN KNIGHTRAFAEL SABATINI
Then, abruptly his manner changed, for he felt himself perilously close to the maudlin in this new yielding to sentimentality.
WITHIN THE LAWMARVIN DANA
Whim held the five in the rear seats absorbed in their own maudlin comicalities.
THE LOOKOUT MANB. M. BOWER

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