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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to sentiment:   (153 results)

Often used in the same context:
pessimism, optimism, mood, bullishness, bearishness, feelings, perceptions, unease, uneasiness, attitudes, confidence, dovishness, nervousness, discontent, gloom, wariness, negativity, resentment, cautiousness, dissatisfaction, enthusiasm, decine, disenchantment, fervor, anger, ambivalence, opinion, animus, angst, euphoria, skittishness, stance, latent hostility, animosity, disquietude, momentum, anxiety, undertone, jitters, outlook, undercurrent, downbeat, hawkishness, vibes, disaffection, trend, malaise, glumness, antipathy, rhetoric, disgruntlement, hopefulness, loathing, distrust, bias, despondency, unhappiness, psyche, index, ardor, revulsion, viewpoint, weakness, hostility, distaste, leanings, nationalism, greenback, mindset, downtrend, backlash, economy, worries, hesitance, bitterness, belief, disillusion, skepticism, turmoil, sympathy, expectations, groundswell, frothiness, disapproval, fears, outrage, rockiness, emotion, unrest, disquiet, indignation, antagonism, regretfulness, negativism, tensions, fortunes, scepticism, gloominess, economists, reaction, rancor, apathy, sentiments, feeling, ideals, sympathies, ideal, idealism, patriotism, sensibilities, aspirations, character, creed, humanitarianism, liberty, myth, charity

More specific:
eyes, idea, judgement, judgment, mind, parti pris, pole, political sympathies, politics, preconceived idea, preconceived notion, preconceived opinion, preconception, prepossession, sentimentality

Appears in the definition of:
foster, ground swell, opinion, popular opinion, public opinion, romanticisation, romanticization, sentimental, sentimentalisation, sentimentalise, sentimentalization, sentimentalize, stephen collins foster, stephen foster, vox populi

More general:
belief, feeling

Synonyms:
opinion, persuasion, thought, view

Also try:
— Adjectives for sentiment: public, religious, national, popular, moral, strong, general, american, common, patriotic, noble, more...

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See sentiment used in context: 26 rhymes, several books and articles.

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