What is sentimental?

  • (adj): Given to or marked by sentiment or sentimentality.
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... "life song" or "song about life") is a sentimental Dutch-language sub-genre of pop music ... can be sweet or bitter, light and sentimental but also reflective and dark, about subjects such as love, misery and far-away, sunny, exotic holiday places ... "sorrow scrap" meaning "sentimental song") is often used for this music style ...
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... Sentimental Generation" Single by Ami Tokito Released April 19, 2006 Format Maxi single Genre Anime soundtrack Label Pioneer Sentimental Generation ... The Limited Edition version came with a DVD containing a music video for "Sentimental Generation" ...
Sentimentalism (literature) - European Literary Sentimentalism - Characteristics
... In addition, Samuel Richardson's sentimental epistolary novel "Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded" (1740) had great literary influence ... For example, in Laurence Sterne's novel, A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy, the narrator is using the sentimental character Yorick as a device to critique the obligation of morality, whether it ... Rationally, he disregards his sentimental obligation because "there is no regular reasoning upon the ebbs and flows of our humours" (6) ...
Sentimental (disambiguation)
... Sentimental, the adjectival form of sentimentality, may also refer to Songs "Sentimental" (Kenny G song) "Sentimental" (Deborah Cox song) "Sentimental" (Porcupine Tree song) "Sentime ...

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    The sentimental want to be thrilled by everything.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    I am not a very sentimental man; and the best sentiment I can think of is, that if you collect the signatures of all persons who are no less distinguished than I, you will have a very undistinguishing mass of names.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    What a man calls his “conscience” is merely the mental action that follows a sentimental reaction after too much wine or love.
    Helen Rowland (1875–1950)