American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Plural of sent2.
“Bonita e minimalista, mas senti-me tentado a tirar a estrutura de apoio!”
“My viewpoint, I know, struck some people as quaint or senti mental.”
“The Polack bashing then took a particularly ugly turn when one of the 101.5 jocks said half the Polacks became Nazis to kill Jews, a senti ment that kindles hatred and opens old wounds that the Jewish and Catholic communities have worked so hard to heal, Poland being a predominantly Catholic nation.”
“Otay, it nawt moarning fur yu, AC, but iz saem senti… scenta… thot.”
“Hey Girls .. you made me really senti about my Alma Mater (s) too. had about 6 of them - thanks to dad's tranfers .. you did bring back lovely memories of school canteens; D. all my life's savings at that time would go into the school canteen .. hmmm i am getting really senti yar!”
“Too many memories .... i really never thot i wud get sooooo senti on reading bout Annes.”
“Vendredi quand j'ai senti que c'etait dur j'ai arrété de manger la part pour cacher que j'avais eu la feve ...”
“It proceeds by depriving the old stories of their intellectual and ethical complexity, turning their action to violence, their actors to dolls, and their truth - telling to senti”
“October 2, 2008 at 8:12 am whut prysmatikitteh sed… ai sekkund tehse senti… censi… thots!”
“The story starts out like a bit senti, corny, but then the story continues and the complexities of real life show itself in the screenplay.”
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