sentimental

289 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[sˌɛntɪmˈɛntə͡l], [sˌɛntɪmˈɛntə‍l], [s_ˌɛ_n_t_ɪ_m_ˈɛ_n_t_əl]
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Synonyms for Sentimental:

loving (adjective)

admiring, adoring, affectionate, amorous, caring, cherishing, desirous, devoted, endearing, erotic, faithful, fond, friendly, infatuated, intimate, loving, passionate, romantic, tender, worshipful.

sensitive (adjective)

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

Other synonyms and related words:

Daffy, Gulled, Highflying, Kind-hearted, Languishing, Overdrawn, Overworked, Spoony, affected, affectibility, affective, alive to, amatory, apish, apply tension, artificial, asinine, bathetic, batty, beery, befooled, beguiled, besotted, bijou, blood-and-thunder, brainless, buffoonish, charitable, chocolate-box, cloying, cockeyed, compassionate, conceited, conjugal, copious, corny, coxcomical, crazy, credulous, cute, daft, dainty, dandified, dazed, delicate, demonstrative, demure, dizzy, doting, dramatic, dreamy, drippy, dumb, easy, effusive, emotional, emotionalistic, emotive, enthusiastic, exaggerated, excessive, excitable, exotic, expressive, fastidious, fatuitous, fatuous, feeling, fervid, filial, finical, finikin, flaky, fool, foolheaded, foolish, foppish, formal, fruity, fuddled, full, fulsome, futile, gaga, generous, gentle, giving, glamorous, goofy, gushing, gushy, hammy, heart-rending, heartfelt, histrionic, hokey, hold out, husbandly, hysterics, icky, idealistic, idiosyncratic, idiotic, imbecile, impassionable, impassionate, impassioned, impressibility, impressible, impressionable, inane, individual, indulgent, inept, insane, insipid, jejune, kind, kooky, lachrymose, lackadaisical, lightly built, limp, lively, loony, lovelorn, lovesome, lovey-dovey, lyric, mad, maternal, melodrama, melodramatic, melting, mettlesome, mignon, mincing, mobile, mobility, moist, moody, moonstruck, moral sensibility, moronic, moving, namby-pamby, nauseating, nostalgic, nostomanic, novelettish, nutty, overacted, overdone, overemotional, overflowing, oversensitive, oversentimental, oversentimentalized, overwrought, parental, paternal, pathetic, personal, picturesque, poignant, pragmatical, precious, priggish, prim, prudish, puritanical, quaint, quakerish, reach out, responsive, rhapsodic, rosewater, saccharine, sad, schmalzy, schoolgirlish, screwy, sensational, sensationalistic, senseless, sensibility, sensible, sensibleness, sensitiveness, sentimentalism, sentimentality, sentimentalized, sickening, silly, simpering, slushy, smug, soapy, sobby, soft-hearted, softhearted, softness, soppy, soul-stirring, soulful, soupy, spirited, stagy, starch, sticky, stiff, stilted, stirring, subjective, sugary, susceptibility, susceptible, susceptibleness, susceptive, susceptivity, sweet, sympathetic, syrupy, tacky, tear-jerking, tearful, teary, tender-hearted, tenderhearted, tenderness, theatrical, theatricals, thin-skinned, thoughtless, touching, tremblingly alive, twee, unctuous, unrealistic, uxorious, vapid, visionary, vivacious, vivaciousness, vivacity, wacky, warm, warm-hearted, weak, weepy, wet, wifely, without skin, witless, yucky.

Rhymes for Sentimental:

  1. lentil, incidental, temperamental, phenol, monumental, transcendental, ornamental, governmental, incremental, transcontinental, instrumental, occidental, rental, fundamental, detrimental, oriental, unsentimental, experimental, kennel, elemental, supplemental, mental;
  2. gentle, fennel;
  3. parental, judgmental;
  4. continental, compartmental, accidental;
  5. environmental, developmental, coincidental;
  6. intercontinental;

Quotes for Sentimental:

  1. Emotion resulting from a work of art is only of value when it is not obtained by sentimental blackmail. Jean Cocteau.
  2. Because even at the age of fifteen, I used to go see all the Broadway shows and feel that they were sentimental that they were pandering to the audience and trying to manipulate the audience. I had no use for practically any of the shows that were hits. Richard Foreman.
  3. Even my aunt Joan, hopelessly sentimental about every member of our family, admitted that I was hideous. Sister Parish.