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synonyms for emotionality

  • affectability
  • flexibility
  • impressionability
  • perceptivity
  • plasticity
  • pliancy
  • sensibility
  • sensitiveness
  • sensitivity
  • sentimentality
  • susceptibleness
  • tenderness
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How to use emotionality in a sentence

A certain combination in this class produces the trait of "emotionality," or superficial feeling and sympathy.
HOW TO READ HUMAN NATUREWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
The fact must be told in brief sentences, with a total absence of emotionality.
LITERATURE AND LIFEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
But this very discipline has resulted, in other persons, in an explosive emotionality.
QUAKER HILLWARREN H. WILSON
All these things—vanity, emotionality, romanticism, courtship—are poor training for the home.
THE NERVOUS HOUSEWIFEABRAHAM MYERSON
The Jewish home reverberates with emotionality and largely through this attitude of the Jewish housewife.
THE NERVOUS HOUSEWIFEABRAHAM MYERSON
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WORDS RELATED TO EMOTIONALITY

  • affectability
  • emotionality
  • flexibility
  • impressionability
  • perceptivity
  • plasticity
  • pliancy
  • sensibility
  • sensitiveness
  • sensitivity
  • sentimentality
  • susceptibleness
  • tenderness
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.