over-sentimental

[ sen-tuh-men-tl ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-sentimental
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Over-sentimental and apt to cloy, it is eminently poetical and full of melody.

What books shall we avoid: poorly written, over-sentimental, and with low ideals.

So the best of it is over-sentimental, timid, and does not point to hardy, manly life.

This poem is a rather successful bit of ridicule cast on the over-sentimental who sought to follow Yoricks foot-prints.

His sudden and unexpected meeting with Helen and their talk together had tended to make him over-sentimental, that was all.

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