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adverb as in passionately

adverb as in warmly

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Fifteen-minute weekly sessions with licensed therapists provide people the chance to discuss their emotional states with a designated professional.

From Fortune

Emotion matters, and if you have an opportunity to create emotional content, you’re much more likely to be successful.

The stress led to emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion.

From Quartz

It goes beyond the keyword to promise you something to satisfy an emotional need.

These cells are likely “highly interconnected nodes that form a distinct network community” to tune the strength of emotional memories.

You have to acknowledge your age and position in life, for me quite a lot of those emotionally fueled songs were hormone songs.

In the process, we get straightjacketed into emotionally distant, competitive lives.

In this American dream, we are emotionally tied to the people and land of our communities.

This year, with slightly more worldliness and way fewer drinks consumed, I could see the emotionally fraught underbelly.

Many of the women also claimed they were in emotionally vulnerable states when Cosby allegedly set his sights on them.

He won't butt his head against a stone wall either intellectually, emotionally, or physically.

Whether Bradish felt its influence or not, he had at least the air of a man emotionally much stirred.

Liam's sleeping bag was warm and welcoming after a long, emotionally exhausting day.

Emotionally and otherwise, the Queen's personality corresponds to that of the King, but is more magnetic.

No experience, however, is emotionally continuous, nor was their intimacy by any means wholly on this plane of conflict.


On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to emotionally, such as: excitedly, intensely, lovingly, dearly, devotedly, and fervidly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.