If the words are too idealistic, they will seem hollow or saccharine.
In a world of saccharine holiday movies, there is Die Hard and there is everything else.
Artificial sweeteners such as aspartame (NutraSweet) and saccharine are more widely used.
The Bachelor had debuted a year earlier, and audiences were ripe for a show that punctured its saccharine fairy-tale storyline.
The log line seemed to telegraph a saccharine morality play on the dangers of vices and excess.
Yellowish white flesh, crisp and beautiful flavor, from a mingling of the acid and saccharine.
The saccharine fermentation, in which starch and gum are changed into sugar.
saccharine is an artificial sweetening, five hundred times sweeter than cane sugar.
Juice, plentiful, saccharine, with a slight aromatic flavor.
Then they have other cards for buying oil, saccharine, matches, sardines and smoked fish.
saccharine sac·cha·rine (sāk'ər-ĭn, -ə-rēn', -ə-rīn')
Of, relating to, or characteristic of sugar or saccharin; sweet.