mawkish in a sentence

Use mawkish in a sentence

mawkish ;

Meaning: [adjective] showing too much emotion in an embarrassing way;

The film’s depiction of this third act in Nash’s life is probably the most mawkish section of the film.

The book is about a mawkish love story.

He is always very mawkish when he talks about his childhood.

Using my mawkish singing voice, I stopped her.

Diana is a fan of the mawkish Saturday-night hospital drama ” Casualty “

Despite his training in the mawkish Yiddish Theatre, there was no pathos in his comic style.

It sounds mawkish stuff.

The movie is set to a mawkish piece of music.