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sen·ti·ment

(sen'ti-ment),
1. Feeling or emotion in relation to one idea.
2. A complex disposition or organization of a person with reference to a given object (a person, thing, or abstract idea) that makes the object what it is for him or her.
[L. sentio, to feel]

sentiment

(sĕn′tĭ-mĕnt) [L. sentio, to feel]
1. Feeling, sensibility; any emotional attitude toward objects or subjects.
2. Tenderness.
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Amongst these was an OBE Medal which is of great sentimental value to one of the victims.
The pieces are of tremendous sentimental value and she had wanted to give the jewellery to her grandkids.
While inside the property they ransacked the upstairs bedrooms, taking a number of items of sentimental jewellery and perfume, some of which was intended as Christmas presents.
Its sentimental value may make giving the jersey away feel like giving up a piece of your own identity.
Schiller, porem, que atuava de forma inteiramente subjetiva, considerava a sua maneira a correta, e para defender-se de mim, escreveu o ensaio sobre poesia ingenua e sentimental.
The jewellery is of sentimental value to its owners, some of which had been in the family for some time.
One of the items that was stolen was a USB device which had sentimental film footage and the owners are desperate for its return.
The collection is organized topically (though also loosely chronologically), with the essays divided into sections on "Rethinking Sentimental Motherhood," "Reform and Sentimental Identification," and "Loss, Death, Mourning, and Grief.
AN 85-year-old woman has been left distraught after jewellery of sentimental value was stolen from her home.
The collection of silver Falklands War heirlooms, which have great sentimental value to their owners, were taken when a home on South Shields' Ewart Crescent was broken into between 4.
Sentimental Memorials: Women and the Novel in Literary History.
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