Mawkish

• (a.) Easily disgusted; squeamish; sentimentally fastidious. • (a.) Apt to cause satiety or loathing; nauseous; disgusting.
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Mawkish

Mawk'ish adjective [ Orig., maggoty. See Mawk .] 1. Apt to cause satiety or loathing; nauseous; disgusting. « So sweetly mawkish' , and so smoothly dull.» Pope. 2. Easily disgusted; squeamish; sentimentally fastidious. J. H. Newman.
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mawkish

effusively or insincerely emotional
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mawkish

nauseating.
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