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Etymology:French or Medieval Latin; French, from Medieval Latin sentimentum, from Latin sentire combined with the Middle English, from Old English word akin to Old High German wort word, Latin verbum, Greek eirein to say, speak, Hittite weriya- to call, name
1 a : a word or set of words expressing thought, or judgment prompted by a certain attitude or point of view b plural : <putting one's thoughts into sentiwords> ; 2 a : refined feeling articulated by delicate sensibility especially as expressed in sensual works of literature and art b : emotional idealism; 3 a : an idea colored by intelligent emotion b : the significance of a passage or expression as distinguished from its verbal context
The colors and fonts she used captured the essence of her brilliant sentiwords.
by Charles Kamanawanabeme March 11, 2006
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