- City officials around the world echo the sentiment, according to Public Works Magazine.
- Our idea echoes your sentiments in the editorial: Learn more, to prepare for the future.
- Her sentiments were echoed by several other members of the public around Hampton Green, a busy but open grassland area.
- Both men lost their cases and seem to have made hardly a dent in the opinions of either their respective presiding judges or public sentiment in general.
- What better metaphor is there for the general public sentiment in the United States in the 1970s?
- But the critics were in the minority as mainstream thinking, as well as public sentiment, generally favoured growth.
- Our sentiments of love, hate, fear, anxiety, are each one of them the fertile source of whole series of illustrative dreams.
- We all share the same sentiments of anger, disgust, and frustration.
- Smith referred to these emotions as the moral sentiments.
- If they grow jaded, grow bored, or simply prefer sentiment and nostalgia to active participation, the last avenue of escape is closed.
- Their back-up teams might be more prone to nostalgia and sentiment, especially those who have honed their tallying skills over many the long count.
- I've just given my new stylus a go and listened to this, for the first time in a while - call it nostalgia or sentiment, but it's hard to pick out one bad cut on this.
Late Middle English (in the senses 'personal experience' and 'physical feeling, sensation'): from Old French sentement, from medieval Latin sentimentum, from Latin sentire 'feel'.
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