emotion

[ ih-moh-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF emotion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMOTION

The aged philosopher endeavoured to speak, but his voice was tremulous with emotion.

Halbert's first emotion was surprise, his second was gratification.

I like to be stirred by emotion, I suppose, and I like to study character.

Malbone, greedy of emotion, was drinking to the dregs a passion that could have no to-morrow.

She was silent with emotion when Mrs. Hancock told her she was growing like her mother.

She turned and looked at Moxy to calm the emotion to which she would not give scope.

She could not at first guess any possible cause for an emotion so poignant.

Instead, only a tense horror that touched to the roots of emotion.

Dick, too, had felt the tension of an emotion far beyond that of the usual things.

His hate was forgotten now in an emotion still deeper, and he turned to Mary.

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