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Sentiment can refer to activity of five material senses (hearing, sight, touch, smell, and taste) associating them with or as something considered transcendental:
- Sentimentality, the literary device which is used to induce an emotional response disproportionate to the situation, and thus to substitute heightened and generally unthinking feeling for normal ethical and intellectual judgment
- Sentimental novel, an eighteenth-century literary genre
- Market sentiment, optimism or pessimism in financial and commodity markets
- Sentiment analysis, automatic detection of opinions embodied in text
- News sentiment, automatic detection of opinions embodied in news
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