English to Czech Meaning :: soppy

Soppy :
rozměklý
rozměklý, sentimentální, nasáklý - rozměklýsoppedrozměklý
 
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Adjective(1) wet through and through; thoroughly wet, or soaked(2) effusively or insincerely emotional

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(1) And with that unfocused and slightly soppy sentiment, I'm off to bed.(2) The lifeboat fund can well do without such soppy sentiments.(3) Having started off writing formulaic commercial fiction, soppy stories for women's magazines, she now begins each novel knowing little more than how she wants it to feel.(4) There's no story; no soppy lyrics; it's not exploitative or nasty; it's closer to circus, but with simpler tricks and better music.(5) You don't have to sit in the full lotus position with a soppy smile on your face.(6) You could do soppy romantic things like that and people would just roll their eyes at you and leave you be.(7) You love all things fluffy and lovely, and probably enjoy romantic novels and soppy poems.(8) He wanted to tell her that, soppy and sickeningly sentimental as it sounded, he'd have missed her more than words could entirely express.(9) As a soppy old romantic I didn't mind who got the girl as long as Arthur got his cup of tea.(10) I thought it was going to be some soppy 1930's romantic comedy and while it wasn't exactly Kafka it was better than I was expecting.(11) I come clean in admitting I am a soppy sentimentalist at heart.(12) It is clever without being slick, sentimental without being soppy .(13) I was like some girl in a movie theatre, watching this heart-breakingly sad moment in a soppy romantic movie and wanting to stop the moment.(14) He was bold, outrageous, witty, shocking and sympathetic without being the least bit soppy or sentimental.(15) The message is a bit soppy , but most of the story isn't.(16) Without getting all soppy about it, we've been a great story for football, haven't we?
Synonyms
Adjective
1. soupy ::
soupy
2. bathetic ::
bathetic
3. hokey ::
hokej
4. maudlin ::
sentimentální
6. sentimental ::
sentimentální
7. mawkish ::
nechutný
9. slushy ::
rozbředlý
10. mushy ::
sentimentální
11. drippy ::
sentimentální
Antonyms
1. arid ::
suchý
2. dry ::
suchý
Different Forms
sopped, soppy
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