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sentimental

adjective   /ˌsen·tɪˈmen·təl/
showing feelings such as sympathy, love, etc., especially in a silly way sensiblero a sentimental song
related to feelings and memories and not related to how much money something costs sentimental It wasn’t an expensive ring but it had great sentimental value.
sentimentality noun [no plural] /ˌsen·tɪ·menˈtæl·ə·ti/
sentimentalismo
(Definition of sentimental from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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