sentimental value

sentimental value

n
the value of an article in terms of its sentimental associations for a particular person
Translations

sentimental value

nvalore m affettivo
References in classic literature ?
I think sometimes that the psychological secret of the profound difference of that people consists in this, that they detest life, the irremediable life of the earth as it is, whereas we westerners cherish it with perhaps an equal exaggeration of its sentimental value.
Presents are a joy to receive, especially those that hold sentimental value.
HEARTED thieves stole items of great sentimental value after walking into their victim's Huddersfield home.
Sergeant Dave Lumsden, of the central burglary team, said: "This item was of great sentimental value to the occupant of the property and they have been left devastated by this burglary.
This leads to the loss of sentimental value associated with well wishes during Eid celebrations.
Researchers found that people were more willing to give away unneeded goods that still had sentimental value if they were encouraged to take a photo of these items first, or find another way to preserve the memories.
To gain some insight, we zeroed in on items with sentimental value in a series of studies recently published in the (https://doi.
An insurance payment is no substitute for items of sentimental value.
He told Romain: "What you had taken was items valued at about PS600, but more than that, of huge sentimental value to her.
The jewellery is of sentimental value to its owners, some of which had been in the family for some time.
The victims, an elderly woman and their daughter, had lost jewellery of great sentimental value.