Definition of Sentiment:

  1. Bullish or bearish mood of investors or traders in a market that may indicate a trend.

  2. A view of or attitude toward a situation or event; an opinion.

  3. Exaggerated and self-indulgent feelings of tenderness, sadness, or nostalgia.

Synonyms of Sentiment

View, Point of view, Way of thinking, Feeling, Attitude, Thought, Opinion, Belief, Idea, Sentimentality, Mawkishness, Over-sentimentality, Emotionalism, Overemotionalism, Sentimentalism, Amor, Christian love, Eros, Platonic love, Admiration, Adoration, Affect, Affection, Affections, Affective faculty, Affectivity, Agape, Apprehension, Ardency, Ardor, Assumption, Attachment, Attitude, Bathos, Belief, Bias, Bleeding heart, Bodily love, Brotherly love, Caritas, Charity, Climate of opinion, Cloyingness, Common belief, Community sentiment, Conceit, Concept, Conception, Conclusion, Conjugal love, Consensus gentium, Consideration, Conviction, Desire, Devotion, Disposition, Emotion, Emotional charge, Emotional life, Emotional shade, Emotionalism, Emotions, Emotivity, Estimate, Estimation, Ethos, Experience, Eye, Faithful love, Fancy, Feeling, Feeling tone, Feelings, Fervor, Finer feelings, Flame, Fondness, Foreboding, Free love, Free-lovism, General belief, Goo, Gut reaction, Heart, Hearts-and-flowers, Heartthrob, Hero worship, Idea, Idolatry, Idolism, Idolization, Image, Imago, Impression, Inclination, Inclining, Intellectual object, Judgement, Judgment, Lasciviousness, Leaning, Libido, Lights, Like, Liking, Love, Lovemaking, Married love, Maudlinness, Mawkishness, Memory-trace, Mental attitude, Mental image, Mental impression, Mind, Mush, Mushiness, Mystique, Namby-pamby, Namby-pambyism, Namby-pambyness, Nostalgia, Nostomania, Notion, Observation, Opinion, Outlook, Oversentimentalism, Oversentimentality, Partiality, Passion, Passions, Penchant, Perception, Personal judgment, Persuasion, Physical love, Point of view, Popular belief, Popular regard, Popularity, Position, Posture, Predilection, Predisposition, Presentiment, Presumption, Prevailing belief, Profound sense, Propensity, Psychology, Public belief, Public opinion, Reaction, Recept, Reflection, Regard, Representation, Response, Romanticism, Sensation, Sense, Sensibilities, Sensibility, Sentimentalism, Sentimentality, Sentiments, Sex, Sexual love, Shine, Sight, Slop, Sloppiness, Slush, Soap opera, Sob story, Spiritual love, Stance, Supposition, Susceptibilities, Susceptibility, Sweetness and light, Sympathies, Tearjerker, Tendency, Tender feeling, Tender passion, Tender susceptibilities, Tenderness, Theory, Thinking, Thought, Truelove, Undercurrent, Uxoriousness, View, Way of thinking, Weakness, Worship, Yearning

How to use Sentiment in a sentence?

  1. Many of the appeals rely on treacly sentiment.
  2. I agree with your sentiments regarding the road bridge.

Meaning of Sentiment & Sentiment Definition