emotions[ ih-moh-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF emotions
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMOTIONS
She had suffered so much, so poignantly, that at last her emotions had grown sluggish.
The girl in the chair was shaking soundlessly under the stress of her emotions.
There had been in her gaze a conflict of emotions, strong and baffling.
In a few minutes Katy had reduced her emotions to a dry sniffle.
Perhaps his emotions were far deeper than he could express in words.
Any or all of these emotions might have lain beneath the smoulder in her eyes.
And what do you suppose were our hero's emotions at this time?
With what emotions would she trace and retrace her own eventful story!
He felt her eye was upon him, and restrained his emotions as he proceeded.
He stopped—struggling with the rush of emotions that overflowed his heart.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EMOTIONS
- cup of tea
- frame of mind