Alex was romantic enough to understand the sentimental significance of the home she had inherited.
It was silly and sentimental, but she wanted to paint the master bedroom first.
He had a sentimental streak in him a mile wide, but he'd never admit it.
The human named Deidre had to have it with her, a trinket or piece of jewelry with sentimental value that she never took off.
He had no regard for the sentimental value of the farm where she grew up, nor any confidence that she was capable of running it.
Anyway, it has sentimental value.
I know it has sentimental value to you because your dad bought it new.
Nicholas was a blunt soldier incapable of comprehending his brother's sentimental sympathy with liberalism.
His Essais en vers et en prose (1797) contains the Marseillaise, a prose tale of the sentimental kind called Adelaide et Monville, and some occasional poems.
In religion Rousseau was undoubtedly what he has been called above - a sentimental deist; but no one who reads him with the smallest attention can fail to see that sentimentalism was the essence, deism the accident of his creed.
In both cases he acted on personal pique, quarrelling with France because he took a sentimental interest in the Order of Malta, and then with England because he was flattered by Napoleon.
The aim of this treatise was to refute the doctrine of free-will, since he considered it the logical, as distinguished from the sentimental, ground of most of the Arminian objections to Calvinism.
Nevertheless it has a certain historical importance, for two reasons - (1) because it marks that period in Longfellow's career when, though he had left nature, he had not yet found art, and (2) because it opened the sluices through which the flood of German sentimental poetry flowed into the United States.
Shortly after the Poems Slavery, there appeared in 1843 a more ambitious work, The Spanish Student, a Play in Three Acts, a kind of sentimental "Morality," without any special merit but good intention.
A sentimental reformer in architecture, he began at the cornice, not at the foundation.