English to Afrikaans Meaning :: maudlin

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dwaas, dom, onkundig, mistige, swaksinnige, dronkverdriet, sentimentele, slordig, emosionele, gevoel, prikkelbare, dronk, lett, stywe
dronkverdriet, flous, stom, dodo, -Veer brained, bees, brute

Maudlin    :dronkverdriet


Maudlin - dronkverdriet


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1. maudlin :: dronkverdriet


1. sentimental :: sentimentele

2. mawkish :: sentimenteel

3. soupy :: soeperig

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