sentimentalisation love



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  • noun Alternative spelling of sentimentalization.

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  • noun the act of indulging in sentiment


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  • If he answers it in the negative, no argument, no persuasion, no sentimentalisation of the facts of life, will make him alter his opinion.

    The Feast of St. Friend Arnold Bennett 1899

  • I am sorry to be leaving you after all this time and I hope you stop and think about your sentimentalisation and sensationalisation of the debate, but I somehow doubt it.

    Greenpeace UK - Comments 2010

  • An interesting and informed blog, Peter, which doesn't imply any sentimentalisation of foxes, contrary to what others who, as you say, clearly haven't read the piece assert.

    Telegraph Blogs 2009


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