Examples of schmaltz in a Sentence
The movie has too much schmaltz for me.
the love song was a typical example of overproduced schmaltz
Recent Examples of schmaltz from the Web
Finger foods like his lemongrass-adobo fried chicken wings, served with a calamansi schmaltz, will find a place on the table.
This is no lost schmaltz classic from the 1970s resurrected by crate-digging vinyl obsessives.
The frankness of Farber's script makes for explosive drama as well as overzealous schmaltz more melodramatic than Strindberg's original.
But Reverie’s pilot turns the idea toward optimism and earnest schmaltz — with extremely dull results.
There will be hors d'oeuvres — finger foods like the equivalent of garlicky fried escargot — and appetizers such as a vegetarian version of French onion soup and veal tartare drizzled with hot schmaltz.
Or at least the schmaltz found in the 27-year-old’s pithy chart-topping ballads?
Go ahead and add some lemon juice to the harissa schmaltz and stir it together to make the world’s greatest harissa dressing.
The $6 special also comes with a side of schmaltz potato chips and a Dr. Brown’s soda.
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SCHMALTZ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of schmaltz for English Language Learners
: music, art, etc., that is very sad or romantic in usually a foolish or exaggerated way
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