emotionally[ ih-moh-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF emotionally
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMOTIONALLY
Both the experience and the anticipation of it were emotionally exciting.
Economics are stubborn things and cannot be successfully dealt with emotionally.
The time has come when beneficence, to be real, must operate scientifically, not emotionally.
This information was given to me not emotionally but as it were officially.
To Bettina, emotionally tense, the real world had disappeared.
Miller is emotionally thrilled by Renoir but he is never quite swept.
His visitor kept moistening her dry lips and swallowing, emotionally.
She was in the grip of dull, unrelenting pain, physically and emotionally.
Uncle Chris, the old traveller, was not emotionally affected.
Her eyes darkened, widened, split Grant emotionally down the middle.