emotional[ ih-moh-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF emotional
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMOTIONAL
As we should say to-day, he was too emotional, and lived on his nerves.
New Yorkers aren't like our whole-souled, emotional Western folks.
The only thing that matters to us is the emotional state of the masses.
His emotional nature had never, as yet, been deeply stirred.
We are careless of form and type, yet we crave the emotional stimulus.
Must we regard this emotional endowment of woman as permanent or alterable?
"You are neither an inquisitive nor an emotional person," Wrayson said.
That gentle, docile, emotional little sheep was not a Seguin, she often remarked.
An emotional program can be presented and accepted immediately.
He must never be bothered with emotional talk, or with a display of sympathy.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EMOTIONAL
- felt in gut
- grabbed by
- turned on by