For unless you own the whale, you are but a provincial and sentimentalist
"That is to confound you, you blathering old sentimentalist
," he cried, shaking with laughter.
"You are a dreadful sentimentalist
, my poor friend."
Tarzan of the Apes was no sentimentalist
. He knew nothing of the brotherhood of man.
"So you think," he remarked, "that I may yet have in me the making of a sentimentalist
The first representatives of the class aimed, imitating the French sentimentalist
Rousseau, to improve education, and in accordance with the sentimental Revolutionary misconception which held that all sin and sorrow result from the corruptions of civilization, often held up the primitive savage as a model of all the kindly virtues.
"You are a sentimentalist
, Prince," she declared, smiling.
Moreover, I was an irreclaimable sentimentalist
, and found a subtle charm in an impersonal and spiritual relation which acquaintance might vulgarize and marriage would certainly dispel.
That they were men of the finest type only the sentimentalist
But, in truth, he shared the view of his wife's friend and patron that Michaelis was a humanitarian sentimentalist
, a little mad, but upon the whole incapable of hurting a fly intentionally.
Charity they feel to be a ridiculously inadequate mode of partial restitution, or a sentimental dole, usually accompanied by some impertinent attempt on the part of the sentimentalist
to tyrannise over their private lives.
And a sentimentalist
, my dear Darlington, is a man who sees an absurd value in everything, and doesn't know the market price of any single thing.