syrupy

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syr·up·y

also sir·up·y  (sĭr′ə-pē, sûr′-)
adj.
1. Resembling syrup in taste or consistency.
2. Cloyingly sweet or sentimental.
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syrupy

(ˈsɪrəpɪ)
adj
1. (Cookery) (of a liquid) thick or sweet
2. cloyingly sentimental: a syrupy version of 'The Blue Danube'.
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syr•up•y

(ˈsɪr ə pi, ˈsɜr-)

adj.
1. having the appearance or quality of syrup; thick or sweet.
2. sentimental or saccharine.
[1700–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.syrupy - overly sweetsyrupy - overly sweet        
sweet - having or denoting the characteristic taste of sugar
2.syrupy - having a relatively high resistance to flow
thick - relatively dense in consistency; "thick cream"; "thick soup"; "thick smoke"; "thick fog"
3.syrupy - with honey added
sugary - containing sugar; "he eats too much sugary food"
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syrupy

adjective romantic, emotional, sloppy (informal), touching, tender, pathetic, sentimental, nostalgic, tearful, corny (slang), cheesy (informal), mushy (informal), maudlin, simpering, weepy (informal), slushy (informal), mawkish, tear-jerking (informal), drippy (informal), schmaltzy (slang), icky (informal), gushy (informal), soft-hearted, overemotional, dewy-eyed, three-hankie (informal) this syrupy film version of Conroy's novel
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Translations
شَرابي، مُتَعَلِّق بالشَّراب
sirupovitý
szirupos
sírópskenndur
sirupovitý
şurup gibi

syrupy

[ˈsɪrəpɪ] ADJ
2. (fig) → sensiblero, almibarado
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syrupy

[ˈsɪrəpi] adjsirupeux/euse
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syrupy

, (US also) sirupy
adjsirupartig, sirupähnlich; (pej) smile, voicezucker- or honigsüß; (= sentimental) voice, songschmalzig
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syrupy

[ˈsɪrəpɪ] adj (also) (fig) → sciropposo/a
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syrup

(ˈsirəp) , ((American) ˈsə:-) noun
1. water or the juice of fruits boiled with sugar and made thick and sticky.
2. a purified form of treacle.
ˈsyrupy adjective
of, or like, syrup.
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