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Definition of Mawkishly
Mawkishly Mawk"ish*ly, adv.
In a mawkish way.
Meaning of Mawkishly from wikipedia
- her best [...] tone to sell hokey
lines" in a series
and overwrought." She took on the leading female
role in the French
- the end... even Richardson
can't fully overcome
the clumsy mawkishness around
from the cystic fibrosis community
- Dan Fienberg
of The Hollywood Reporter panned
the show, calling
it "a mawkish
, grating, broadly
pla**** chip off the Full House
block". He also added...
- nomination. Chris Nashawaty
it as "mawkish
and melodramatic" but commended Winslet
for adding layers
to her p****ive...
- Such book reviews achieved
for the novel
a "certain notoriety
and nauseous', 'unclean', 'effeminate' and 'contaminating'." Such moralistic...
that "It has become
an embarr****ing memory, like a mawkish
, self-pitying teenage entry
in a diary
... we cringe
to think about
that astutely succeeds where tearjerkers
like 'The Champ' so mawkishly
failed." Stanley Kauffmann
of The New Republic wrote
"All the people
- mine." Suhani Singh
from India Today noted
that she is the "star in this mawkish
coming-of-age story", while Stutee Ghosh
of The Quint wrote
- Mail. In the piece, the plot of The Fault
in Our Stars
at best, exploitative
at worst" and the book was characterized
2019). "Blinded by the Light review
– Bruce Springsteen inspires mawkish
misfire". The Guardian. Retrieved
2019. "How Sarfraz
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