treacly

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trea·cly

 (trē′klē)
adj.
Cloyingly sweet or sentimental.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.treacly - overly sweettreacly - overly sweet        
sweet - having or denoting the characteristic taste of sugar
Translations

treacly

[ˈtriːklɪ] ADJ (= like treacle) → parecido a melaza; (= covered in treacle) → cubierto de melaza

treacly

adj (+er) (lit)sirupartig; (fig) voicehonig- or zuckersüß; song, sentimentschmalzig

treacly

[ˈtriːklɪ] adj (substance) → sciropposo/a (fig) (voice) → melato/a
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AoStupid in LoveAo sets heavyhearted confessions to the treacliest of melodies.
But despite this tremendous adjectival expansion it still retains, beneath layer after layer of the treacliest sentiment, its original substantive meaning of the house in which one lives.
That Ormsby dotes on apparently unpromising objects such as lice trails, slag chunks, and his nose invites the critic to apply that treacliest, most prevalent of cliches: "the extraordinary found in the ordinary," some breathless version of which accounts for at least half the blurbs these days.