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emotional

e·mo·tion·al

emotional

 
pronunciation:
ih mo sh nl
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: having to do with strong feeling or emotion.
Caring for a pet can have emotional benefits.
 
antonyms:
physical
definition 2: easily moved to feel; tending to experience emotion.
She was an emotional girl, who often cried during the sad parts of movies.
synonyms:
sensitive
antonyms:
emotionless, impersonal
similar words:
ardent, high-strung, nervous, passionate, vulnerable
definition 3: able to stir emotions.
It was an emotional film.
synonyms:
moving
similar words:
intense, thrilling
derivation: emotionally (adv.)
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