Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a sentimental manner; as regards sentiment; toward or in reference to sentiment: as, to be sentimentally inclined; to speak sentimentally.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In a sentimental manner.

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  • adverb In a sentimental manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in a sentimental manner

Etymologies

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sentimental +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Most famously of course, she took on the most powerful union in British history, both politically and sentimentally, which is the miners 'union.

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  • Most famously of course, she took on the most powerful union in British history, both politically and sentimentally, which is the miners 'union.

    London Indymedia Features

  • Most famously of course, she took on the most powerful union in British history, both politically and sentimentally, which is the miners 'union.

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  • Most famously of course, she took on the most powerful union in British history, both politically and sentimentally, which is the miners 'union.

    London Indymedia Features

  • Most famously of course, she took on the most powerful union in British history, both politically and sentimentally, which is the miners 'union.

    Indymedia Scotland Features RSS Feed

  • a greater; for it is a dreadful thing to find a drunken man bent upon converting oneself; nor sentimentally, which is greatest of all.

    Biographical Essays

  • This is similar to the classic Zen understanding that it is potentially problematic to be sentimentally attached to the charismatic fruits and fauna—the pretty flowers and animals—at the cost of ignoring the most repellent forms of natural phenomena.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • DreamWorks and HBO have set themselves a far more difficult task in dealing with the war against Japan, to which Americans, vengeful-minded at the time, were most committed (sentimentally if not in terms of manpower); in which the American casualty rate was three and a half times that in Europe; and which was conducted and concluded in a manner that has provoked enduring ambivalence.

    Getting Their Guns Off

  • I don't recommend the shark activity for anyone who is on heart medication, sentimentally attached to their limbs or worried about getting their hair messed up.

    Lauri Lyons: South Africa's Five-Star Adventures

  • His role was particularly ironic, almost shocking since he had been as responsible as anyone for killing any hope of making Zero an objective in the Reagan administration as Reagan occasionally, fitfully, probably sentimentally sought to do.

    How the End Begins

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