Taylor Squared Celebrates Valentine's Day The release of Valentine's Day in February guaranteed a lot of sappy scenes.
Not in a sappy, ‘Oh my God I totally love you way,’ but in a way that reinforces other aspects of my personality.
The movies may be alternately cheesy and sappy, and the scripts laughable, but teen and tween girls don't care.
He offered some sappy condolences, managed to look sad and sympathetic, then asked Leon to sign some forms.
Dropping off Haley at school could have been really dewy and sappy.
So sappy went cherryward and Yan waited awhile, then crawled toward the fruit garden.
The wind had got into the sou' west, too—a delicious air, sappy!
sappy was not an athlete nor an intellectual giant, but his little piggy eyes were wonderfully sharp and clear.
The sappy one set the leg and withdrew, programming a call for the next day.
This is why a green, sappy pine pole soon sinks in "driving" (floating down stream).
"full of sap," Late Old English sæpig, from sæp (see sap (n.1)). Figurative sense of "foolishly sentimental" (1660s) may have developed from an intermediate sense of "wet, sodden" (late 15c.). Earlier, now obsolete, figurative senses were "full of vitality" (1550s) and "immature" (1620s).