Traducción de mawkish en Español:

mawkish

sensiblero, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈmɔːkɪʃ//ˈmɔkɪʃ/

adjetivo

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    sensiblero
    empalagoso
    • His annoyance is bitter anger bordering on rage; his sentiment is mawkish.
    • But being nostalgic is often derided as being just mawkish or sentimental; what's your take on nostalgia and sport?
    • No pods being immediately in evidence, we suspect it was a more run-of-the-mill form of mawkish, voter-confidence-reducing sentimentality disguised as comradely goodwill.
    • An awful sentimental barrage of mawkish music informed us of an appropriate emotional response.
    • Her experience works well for the film, as her rendering of the gritty harbour town anchors it in a sense of reality, avoiding overly mawkish sentimentality.
    • Imbued with tenderness and earthy humour, the film never crosses the line between sensitivity and mawkish sentimentality, and the action sequences, particularly with the whales, are deftly staged.
    • Public displays of emotion were, he argued, a ‘symptom of a fragmented society that has exchanged reason for emotion, action for gesture, cool reserve for mawkish sentimentality’.
    • But the obvious pitfalls, of making the effort mawkish, sentimental and overly sanctimonious, are always there.
    • This, I hope, won't sound mawkish, but the poems strike me as gentler too.
    • While some hearts have filled with kindness and gratitude, others must have sunk an inch or two, weighed by the mawkish sentiment and the thought that it was all just a bit much.
    • It's as manipulative, sentimental and mawkish as any film could possibly dare to be - cinematic saccharine with a shimmering pro-fantasy, anti-science trim.
    • This time, it was just an outpouring of mawkish sentiment.
    • I think you know by now that I'm not the mawkish, overly sentimental type.
    • Yet there was a valid point in its criticism of ‘the mawkish sentimentality of a society that has become hooked on grief and likes to wallow in a sense of vicarious victimhood’.
    • It is a sentimental, even mawkish, language, richly mined with hidden menace and self-deceptions.
    • Rarely does an artist expose his or her personal vulnerability without descending into the mawkish and sentimental.
    • The death of a footballer is too often used as an excuse by the media and excessively emotional fans for an outbreak of mawkish sentimentality.
    • But when the script turns to more romantic themes, it's never mawkish or sentimental, just grown-up.
    • There are letters from home too so we can have shots of mawkish sentimentality and tears.
    • This is a refreshing development, given that modern theatre is all too often marked by self-indulgence and mawkish sentimentality.