drippiness, wateriness, unkemptness, mawkish, muddiness, carelessness, histrionics, sentimentalism, melodrama, maudlin, schmaltzy, mush, soupiness, hysterics, pulpiness, emotion, treacly, maudlinness, theatricals, slovenliness, sentimental, bathos, melodramatics, theatrical, feelings, schmaltziness, maudlinism, creaminess, sentiment, triteness, emotionalness, gushiness
love (part of speech: noun)
devotion, passion, amorousness, fondness, faithfulness, love, desire, attachment, liking, adoration, intimacy, friendliness, infatuation, affection, worship, romance, kinship, tenderness, idolization, crush, communion, oneness, endearment
sensitivity (part of speech: noun)
- I have thought that the qualities which attract young people to each other are the very ones which result in misery: and that love should commence in sincere and frank friendship; not charity or sentimentality. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.
- This was absurd sentimentality, he told himself, but, for all that, he dared scarcely meet the eyes of the lady who had, he realized, prepared that meal out of compliment to him. - "A Damaged Reputation", Harold Bindloss.
- The sentimentality of the present day is not the sentimentality of 1850 to 1870. The higher education of women, the growth of suffrage, the prevailing wide discussion of scientific matters have not taken sentimentality from us, but have changed its look. - "Dramatic Technique", George Pierce Baker.