History
History
Synonyms
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US
Meaning:
affectionate

showing affection

having or showing fondness

fond

to like, be full of love for, a person, thing

have a liking or taste for

hazy

misty

cloudy

impassioned

full of, showing, deep feeling

excited, vehement

maudlin

very sad and full of self pity

teary, overemotional

misty

(to cause something) to become covered with mist

filmy, obscure

nostalgic

of, feeling, causing, nostalgia

longingly remembering

pulp

the soft, fleshy part of fruit, a soft mass of other material

cheap, vulgar, especially regarding reading material

romantic

having, producing, feelings or ideas about love, adventure and excitement; a person with strong feelings and ideas about love and happiness

sentimental, idealistic

sentimental

having to do with emotions (and not practical or sensible judgement); producing, expressing, (often too strong) feelings

emotional, romantic

soft

not solid or firm; easy to bend, dent etc; pleasant and smooth to touch; (of light, colour) restful to the eyes

cushioned, squishy

soggy

(especially of ground) heavy with water

damp or soaking

MUSHY as in Wiktionary
MUSHY as in Wikipedia