tearjerker

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n tearjerker an excessively sentimental narrative
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Usage


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Looking for Dirty Debutantes 12, the New Zealand tearjerker Rain, the Scott Campbell vehicle Roger Dodger, or Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
Military homecomings are the ultimate heartwarming tearjerkers.
Critics' Choices and other notable shows: Novalima and Issa Bagayogo, Jack-O & the Tennessee Tearjerkers, Obits, the Dead Weather, and more.
Alex Smith's story is a tearjerker .
'The Bachelorette' 2012 winner: Emily chooses Jef Holm in tearjerker finale.
Tearjerker Procter & Gamble Ad Celebrates Olympic Moms.
Mother's Day may have come and gone, but a tearjerker ad by Procter & Gamble for the 2012 London Olympics reminds us why we should celebrate moms every day.
Why Watching a Tearjerker Might Boost Happiness.
They're all tearjerkers, and they—rather ironically—might actually make us feel happier after we see them.
Tonight's tearjerker episode is incredibly inspiring as bride-to-be Lauren Garcia shows up at Lori's the same day that she was discharged from the hospital after suffering from a gunshot wound that has left her paralyzed.
Stadium report a tearjerker .
It's been almost 25 years since the tearjerker Beaches, starring Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey, first struck a chord with women.
Los Angeles Opera revives Puccini's tearjerker in a potent production.
James Cameron's 1997 tearjerker "Titanic" is getting a 3D theatrical release come April 4, and to celebrate, the majority of the flick's stars hit up the world premiere in London on Tuesday night - except for Leonardo DiCaprio.
Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert Talk Tearjerkers and Porno Names.
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