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emoji any of various small pictorial symbols or images that are used in electronic communication such as in text messages or emails to convey an emotion, attitude, wish, opinion, or the like.
emollient making soft; soothing, esp. to the skin. [2 definitions]
emolument profit or compensation from one's position or employment, such as salary or fees.
emote to express or simulate emotion, esp. in an exaggerated or theatrical manner.
emoticon a small icon made of typed keyboard characters used in electronic communication to convey the mood of the writer.
emotion a strong feeling or subjective response such as joy, hatred, or love, sometimes accompanied by involuntary physical changes such as increased pulse or by activity such as crying, laughing, or trembling. [3 definitions]
emotional of or relating to the feelings, including how one feels about oneself in relation to others. [4 definitions]
emotionalism the quality or character of being excessively emotional. [2 definitions]
emotionality a highly emotional quality or condition.
emotionalize to give an emotional quality to; imbue with emotion.
emotionally with regard to the feelings.
emotionless combined form of emotion.
emotive of or relating to emotion. [2 definitions]
EMP abbreviation of "electromagnetic pulse."
empanada a pastry turnover filled with a variety of sweet or savory ingredients and baked or fried. Empanadas originated in Spain and are particularly popular in both Spain and Latin America.
empanel variant of impanel.
empathize to share or identify with the feelings of another; feel empathy.
empathy identification with or sharing of another's feelings, situation, or attitudes. [2 definitions]
emperor the supreme male ruler of an empire.
emperor penguin the largest of all penguins, reaching a height of four feet, and native to Antarctica.
emphases the plural of emphasis.