But he is no sentimentalist, and never shies from the harsh realities of that lonely spot.
And, you see, I am just as much of a sentimentalist as he was.
Indeed, I had always supposed that there was nothing of the sentimentalist about him.
A sentimentalist would say, "I feel that our paths are beginning to part," but I will simply say that we're tired of each other.'
A sentimentalist, a man of heart, would quickly have it broken with the pity of it all.
Intellectual criticism will bind Europe together in bonds far closer than those that can be forged by shopman or sentimentalist.
He was no sentimentalist: as what great artist in government has ever been?
The words "hypocrite," "humbug," "sentimentalist" spring readily to his lips.
He did it with the air of a sentimentalist who was aiding and abetting an elopement.
The appearance of the phrase coincides with the appearance of the thing; for Richardson was the first sentimentalist.