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This stands in contrast to the sentiments of older Florida voters at around this time four years ago.

Other agency executives shared the sentiment that the upfront may have changed this year but only incrementally, as has been the case for the past several years.

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In fact, in this space on Thursday morning I wrote about how the so-called “greed sentiment” was beginning to shift.

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While the results of the survey haven’t exactly shifted Volpi’s thesis on investing in consumer-based startups, it does show that sentiment is shifting in favor of greater regulation.

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We can’t know what other events will unfold between now and November, but we can say that the violence in the wake of Blake’s shooting has seemed to affect public sentiment.

Throughout the progressive movement, this sentiment is echoed almost everywhere.

Now, the key is to hold on to that sentiment and use the popular support as leverage.

There was a collective gasp at both the four-letter word and the bitter sentiment it carried.

So to hear such fervent anti-Ortega sentiment from previously devoted campesinos and compañeros is unprecedented.

Kaine picked up the former sentiment, arguing against the notion that America is on decline.

With which magnanimous sentiment he turned on his clumsy heel, and entered his apartment again.

Aunt Ri gazed at her with a sentiment as near to veneration as her dry, humorous, practical nature was capable of feeling.

One seldom gets the real sentiment and beauty of a place in approaching it by railway.

Her black eyes looked like wells of sentiment, and her body a mould for a new race of men.

But when he was awake to it, the sentiment which both blinds and invigorates old men took possession of him.

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The noun sentiment refers to a mixture of thought and feeling, especially refined or tender feeling: Recollections are often colored by sentiment. Feeling is a general term for a subjective point of view as well as for specific sensations: to be guided by feeling rather than by facts; a feeling of sadness, of rejoicing. Emotion is applied to an intensified feeling: agitated by emotion. Passion is strong or violent emotion, often so powerful that it takes over the mind or judgment: stirred to a passion of anger.

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On this page you'll find 102 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sentiment, such as: attitude, bias, feeling, idea, opinion, and passion.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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