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oversentimentality

Definitions

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  • noun Excessive sentimentality.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ sentimentality

Examples

  • In some ways worse, with a lot of absurd oversentimentality, pointless obscurity, and Matrix-y intrusions.

    Catching Up On SF Movies (JP Edition, Part Deux)

  • Thinking of them dying in a Dickensian world is just ignorant oversentimentality.

    Matthew Yglesias » It’s a Mystery!

  • A lot of what he said–including his descriptions of the oversentimentality of the Left, and how that’ s not ultimately helpful–really did resonate.

    God, Peace, and Other Unsolvable Problems - Danya Ruttenberg

  • Sex Traffic and The Girl in the Cafe) keeps the subplots, the oversentimentality (most notably in a crucial death scene) and regular supporting cast (Emma Thompson, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Rickman) firmly in check. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Sex Traffic and The Girl in the Cafe) keeps the subplots, the oversentimentality (most notably in a crucial death scene) and regular supporting cast (Emma Thompson, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Rickman) firmly in check. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Sex Traffic and The Girl in the Cafe) keeps the subplots, the oversentimentality (most notably in a crucial death scene) and regular supporting cast (Emma Thompson, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Rickman) firmly in check. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Sex Traffic and The Girl in the Cafe) keeps the subplots, the oversentimentality (most notably in a crucial death scene) and regular supporting cast (Emma Thompson, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Rickman) firmly in check. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Sex Traffic and The Girl in the Cafe) keeps the subplots, the oversentimentality (most notably in a crucial death scene) and regular supporting cast (Emma Thompson, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Rickman) firmly in check. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Sex Traffic and The Girl in the Cafe) keeps the subplots, the oversentimentality (most notably in a crucial death scene) and regular supporting cast (Emma Thompson, Maggie Smith, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Rickman) firmly in check. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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