What does "sentiment" here mean? What does "sentiment" here mean? The following is from Charlotte's Web by E.B.White, a talk between a pig, Wilbur, and a spider Charlotte. Thank you in advance! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Well," said Wilbur. "I'm no good at making speeches. I haven't got your gift for words. But you have saved me, Charlotte, and I would gladly give my life for you - I really would."   "I'm sure you would. And I thank you for your generous sentiments."
Oct 13, 2012 12:20 AM
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"Sentiments" here means his gracious feelings or emotions towards her. His generous feelings, or words.
October 13, 2012
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