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- adj. comparative form of schmaltzy: more schmaltzy
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The glide and tinkle of the schmaltzier numbers here, like "Slow", a single, often obscure the complexity of feeling lurking in Rumer's songs.
He brought in books like Illusions, another big selling Bach book, and the even schmaltzier There's No Such Place As Far Away 1979, though come to think of it, I don't believe he actually shared these with the general student population.
Actually, I was thinking of something a bit schmaltzier like Gilbert & Sullivan ... or even Rodgers and Hammerstein.
My mother prefers biographies, and my father likes writing that I think is a little schmaltzier.