Thesaurus / sentimentality
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The Woman in BlackEdmund Clerihew Bentley

With her meals her sentimentality was upon the friendliest terms.

Once Aboard The LuggerArthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson

Madame liked flowers—as ornaments—and was sentimental herself, after a fashion, a sentimentality of appearances.

Six to SixteenJuliana Horatia Ewing

Mr. Mosby was sent on his way with all due convention and dispatch with a little of sentimentality thrown in for good measure.

StubbleGeorge Looms

Her sentimentality gradually waned as the prices offered steadily mounted.

The Unwilling VestalEdward Lucas White

She was self-absorbed and self-approving because she had attained that quality of sentimentality.

Main StreetSinclair Lewis

It is the half-unconscious way in which we hide our sentimentality when the latter collides with reality.

I Walked in ArdenJack Crawford

His philosophy had, therefore, no place for "sentimentality" in international relations.

Ten children, with the necessary adults, make a community in which an excess of sentimentality is impossible.

Getting MarriedGeorge Bernard Shaw

Then, abruptly his manner changed, for he felt himself perilously close to the maudlin in this new yielding to sentimentality.

Within the LawMarvin Dana

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