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sentimentalised

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sentimentalise.

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Examples

  • It sentimentalised over ladies 'gloves and forgot to make for living and surviving.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • I mooned and sentimentalised and fell into a gentle melancholy, until you and Waring began to worry over an early decline, to consult specialists, and by trick and stratagem to entice me into eating more and reading less.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • Of course, the trick to that is that these tough guys become all the more heroic because they are not sentimentalised.

    The Wages of Fear: No 8

  • Joe Pistone, the FBI man who went undercover in the 70s under the name of Donnie Brasco and whose part was played by Johnny Depp in the eponymous film, shares with Saviano the experience of being under a mafia death sentence and is sanguine about the way the movie sentimentalised him.

    Beauty and the Inferno by Roberto Saviano – Review

  • I don't care if the interdependence between the two is over sentimentalised here, it's endlessly fascinating.

    TV review: Downton Abbey, Stephen Fry And The Great American Oil Spill

  • And, of course, our sentimentalised attitude towards our pets could also be a consequence of life having become substantially easier.

    Going to the dogs: our predilection for pets

  • Many if not most American Jews have a highly sentimentalised view of Israel.

    He doesn't get it

  • A competent, stylish, unshowy film with flawless casting and an exceptional cast, the film only occasionally puts a foot wrong, sinking into overly-sentimentalised mother and baby bonding moments from time to time.

    Adrienne Shelly's Triumph: Waitress

  • Our values were changed and we were sentimentalised through movies, fast food, rock music etc ... not wishing to be ungrateful to our great American cousins, in fact I have more affinity with them than I do older generation English.

    Don`t Get Me Started

  • Many if not most American Jews have a highly sentimentalised view of Israel.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

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