Moreover, the administration shares many of these sentiments.
A day later, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert echoed these sentiments.
The Jewish state has relied on Arab autocracies to subdue the anti-Zionist sentiments of their peoples.
Not unexpectedly, his sentiments resonated with the all-black congregation.
Thus, in its recent decision, the Jewish Student Union expressed anti-Zionist sentiments.
A wise man sometimes has to take his sentiments from a wiser woman.
With these fears, and these sentiments, I was now to choose a wife.
How could it be when I lack skill to persuade you of the sincerity of my sentiments?
It was but within these few hours that I have been undeceived by you as to his sentiments.
The serene geniality of the weather was perfectly reflected in the sentiments of those who enjoyed it.
late 14c., sentement, "personal experience, one's own feeling," from Old French sentement (12c.), from Medieval Latin sentimentum "feeling, affection, opinion," from Latin sentire "to feel" (see sense (n.)).
Meaning "what one feels about something" (1630s) and modern spelling seem to be a re-introduction from French (where it was spelled sentiment by 17c.). A vogue word mid-18c. with wide application, commonly "a thought colored by or proceeding from emotion" (1762), especially as expressed in literature or art. The 17c. sense is preserved in phrases such as my sentiments exactly.