Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] informal
Sentimental speech or writing: cut the sob stuff and tell me what happened that night
More example sentences
- Direct a sentimental little picture and all you get is sob stuff.
- We Indians have uncomplicated programming needs: pray, then shake a leg in the morning, watch sob stuff in the afternoon, and lap up family intrigue in the evening, with more song and dance on the side.
- ‘In any case, the sob stuff dished out on the TV soap operas is a big help as people turn to my music to get their smile back,’ guffaws Patel.
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