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sentimentalists

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of sentimentalist.

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Examples

  • Religious workers are prone to overlook all other systems but their own, and maudlin sentimentalists have no use for law, Divine or human.

    Criminal Anthropology from a Canadian View-Point

  • Certain so-called sentimentalists are those who die, tribute their pity in an erratic fashion.

    The Foundations of Personality

  • For want of a better name they are called sentimentalists, and they are among men what the morbid females who bring bouquets and sympathy to fiendish murderers are among women.

    Primitive Love and Love-Stories

  • I dare not say that civilized man is to be studied with the eye of a naturalist; but my vulgar meaning might almost be twisted to convey: that our sentimentalists are a variety owing their existence to a certain prolonged term of comfortable feeding.

    Sandra Belloni — Volume 1

  • I dare not say that civilized man is to be studied with the eye of a naturalist; but my vulgar meaning might almost be twisted to convey: that our sentimentalists are a variety owing their existence to a certain prolonged term of comfortable feeding.

    Sandra Belloni — Complete

  • At present, and before our sentimentalists are a concrete, it would be profitless rashness to depict them.

    Sandra Belloni — Volume 4

  • At present, and before our sentimentalists are a concrete, it would be profitless rashness to depict them.

    Sandra Belloni — Complete

  • I dare not say that civilized man is to be studied with the eye of a naturalist; but my vulgar meaning might almost be twisted to convey: that our sentimentalists are a variety owing their existence to a certain prolonged term of comfortable feeding.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • At present, and before our sentimentalists are a concrete, it would be profitless rashness to depict them.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • He calls Verdi "the last naïve master of Western music, in an age given over to the Sentimentalisches" - the self-conscious, subversive "sentimentalists," such as Wagner, Liszt and their modernist followers, whose agenda-laden art has held sway ever since.

    Hopes Dashed at City Opera As Dead Man Walking Disappoints

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