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[mˈɔːdlɪn], [mˈɔːdlɪn], [m_ˈɔː_d_l_ɪ_n]

Synonyms for Maudlin:

sensitive (adjective)

dewy-eyed, fanciful, gooey, lovesick, mawkish, mushy, poetic, romantic, sappy, schmaltzy, sensitive, sentimental, sloppy, soft, starry-eyed, tender.

Other synonyms and related words:

Daffy, Gulled, Reeling, Spoony, addled, affection, anaesthetic, apathetic, apish, apprehension, artificial, asinine, attitude, bathetic, batty, becoming drunk, beery, befooled, befuddled, beguiled, belief, bemused, besotted, blind drunk, blooded, blotto, bombed, boozed, boozy, brainless, buffoonish, canned, chloroformed, chocolate-box, cloying, cockeyed, cold as charity, comatose, conception, confused, cornball, corned, corny, crapulent, crapulous, crazy, credulous, crocked, cut, daft, dazed, dead drunk, diaper, dilatory, disguised, dizzy, doting, drenched, drippy, drugged, dull, dumb, ebriate, ebriose, ebrious, elevated, emotion, emotional, exotic, far-gone, fatuitous, fatuous, feeling, fiddle-faddle, flagging, flaky, flat, flustered, fond, fool, foolheaded, foolish, fou, fresh, frigid, fruity, fuddled, full, futile, gaga, giddy, glamorous, glorious, goofy, groggy, gushing, gushy, half-hearted, half-seas-over, happy, heart-rending, heartfelt, high, hokey, hysterics, idea, idiotic, imbecile, impassionate, impassioned, impression, in liquor, in one's cups, in the bag, inactive, inane, inebriate, inebriated, inebrious, inept, inert, infatuated, insane, insensate, insipid, intoxicated, irrational, irresolute, jolly, judgement, judgment, kooky, lachrymose, lackadaisical, laggard, lagging, languid, leuco-, lit, loaded, loony, lovey-dovey, lushy, mad, mawkishness, mellow, melodrama, merry, mind, miserable, moist, moronic, moving, muddled, muzzy, namby-pamby, napkin, nappy, nonsensical, nostalgic, nostomanic, notion, novelettish, numbed, nutty, obfuscated, obtuse, oiled, opinion, out, over the limit, overcome, overemotional, oversentimental, oversentimentalized, overtaken, palsy-stricken, passionate, persuasion, phlegmatic, pickled, picturesque, pie-eyed, plastered, poignant, polluted, position, potted, pottering, potulent, potvaliant, primed, raddled, rusty, saccharine, sad, schmalzy, screwed, screwy, sense, senseless, sentiment, sentimentalism, sentimentality, sentimentalized, sewed up, shikker, shilly-shally, sickly, silly, sleepy, sloshed, slow, sluggish, slush, slushy, smashed, soap, soapy, sobby, sodden, soppy, sotted, soul-stirring, soulful, soupy, soused, sozzled, squiffy, stewed, sticky, stilted, stinking, stinko, stirring, stoned, stupefied, sugary, supine, sweet, syrupy, tame, tanked, tear-jerking, tearful, tearfully sentimental, teary, temulent, temulentive, theatrical, theatricals, thoughtless, tiddly, tight, tipsy, top-heavy, torpedinous, torpid, torporific, touching, unctuous, under the influence, under the weather, wacky, watery, weak, weepy, wet, whittled, witless, woozy.

Quotes for Maudlin:

  1. It is a maudlin and indecent verity that comes out through the strength of wine. Joseph Conrad.
  2. You've either got to find a way to make your continuing characters insteresting without making them maudlin or overwrought, or you've got to put more emphasis on the suspects. Jane Haddam.
  3. I write funny. If I can make my wife laugh, I know I'm on the right track. But yes, I don't like to get Maudlin And I have a tendency towards it. Gene Wilder.