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synonyms for emotive

  • affectional
  • affective
  • heartwarming
  • moving
  • stirring
  • touching
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This becomes important because eye contact is such an emotive and powerful tool to use in transporting a participant.
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That anguish has led many to embrace a more emotive paradigm across academia and the research community, eschewing the traditional veneer of calm-headed scientific objectivity.
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After two big league seasons, Tatis is already one of the most beloved stars in baseball, a dynamic, emotive, instinctual player many are eagerly tapping as part of the more fun future of a recently stagnant sport.
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Most often, people’s earliest memories involve highly emotive events, which Frankland said could be linked to the possibility those events are associated with greater strengthening of the neural connections where memories are stored.
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It is tumultuously emotive, barely under control at times and certainly not as tidily polished as was expected from a young violinist of that era making a New York debut.
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One can even excite oneself by a reflection or opinion of emotive value, without this emotion having been aroused by anybody else.
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He admits your figures to his conscious belief more readily than he would credit them if spoken in an emotive or power tone.
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The emotive (chest or heart) pitch dissipates opposition as naturally as the mind tone provokes a quarrel.
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Mental, emotive, and power characteristics are signified by various tone pitches.
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If the thought behind the objection arises principally from feeling, it will nearly always be expressed in an emotive tone.
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WORDS RELATED TO EMOTIVE

  • emotional
  • emotive
  • feeling
  • intuitive
  • noncognitive
  • perceptual
  • visceral
  • delighted
  • ecstatic
  • elated
  • emotive
  • euphoric
  • explosive
  • fervent
  • fervid
  • intoxicated
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