emotionalism

[ ih-moh-shuh-nl-iz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF emotionalism
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Nowhere do we find such a combination of emotionalism with sanity.

Nor did the delicate female monopolize all the delicacy and emotionalism.

The Italians of the north have none of the emotionalism of the Neapolitans.

That sort of courage is seldom moral; it is, at bottom, emotionalism.

And yet all the emotionalism of this climax was centered elsewhere.

It had never before affected her beyond a flash of emotionalism.

They have an eighteenth-century restraint, and freedom from emotionalism and gush.

And I think you're singularly free of the emotionalism that so often plays hob with them all.

In the common daily life of the Japanese their emotionalism expresses itself in almost infinitely diverse ways.

Love of emotionalism naturally leads Japanese thought to humanism rather than to metaphysical speculation.

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