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Noun
/iˈmōSHən/,
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emotions, plural;
  1. A natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others
    • - she was attempting to control her emotions
    • - his voice was low and shaky with emotion
  2. Any of the particular feelings that characterize such a state of mind, such as joy, anger, love, hate, horror, etc
    • - fear had become his dominant emotion
  3. Instinctive or intuitive feeling as distinguished from reasoning or knowledge
    • - responses have to be based on historical insight, not simply on emotion

  1. any strong feeling
  2. (emotional) determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason; "it was an emotional judgment"
  3. Emotion is the twenty-third studio album released by Barbra Streisand. It was released in October 1984 and went platinum in the United States on December 18 the same year.http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/discography/more.jsp?JSESSIONID=mpjPHyNN7CRbZHJbM13bbqpjW8ssD0Cjy6H48McKVv8Zc4tvZFqR! ...
  4. "Amoureuse" is the title of a 1972 French language hit written and performed by Véronique Sanson from her album of the same name . The song is well known to English language audiences in the versions recorded by Kiki Dee and, with changed lyrics, as Emotion by Helen Reddy.
  5. Emotion is the fifth studio album from Martina McBride released in 1999. The song "I Love You" became McBride's biggest hit single to date after it reached #1 on the country charts and peaked at #24 on the Billboard Hot 100. ...
  6. "Emotion" is a 1977 single recorded by Australian pop singer Samantha Sang for the Private Stock label. ...
  7. (Emotional (genre)) Emo is a style of rock music typically characterized by melodic musicianship and expressive, often confessional lyrics. It originated in the mid-1980s hardcore punk movement of Washington, D.C. ...
  8. (Emotional (Jeffrey Osborne album)) Emotional is the fourth album by R&B musician Jeffrey Osborne. Produced by Rod Temperton, Richard Perry, T. C. Campbell, and George Duke.
  9. A person's internal state of being and involuntary physiological response to an object or a situation, based on or tied to physical state and sensory data; A reaction by an non-human organism with behavioral and physiological elements similar to a person's response
  10. (Emotional) in this context refers to emotional intelligence, an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one’s self, of others, and of groups.
  11. (EMOTIONAL) Feeling states associated with anxiety include tension or nervousness, feeling "hyper" or "keyed up," and feelings of unreality, panic, or terror.
  12. (Emotional) Failure to provide affection or love; substance abuse or domestic violence in front of the child.
  13. (Emotional) You feel emotionally drained. You are looking at your need to rescue others or be rescued.
  14. (emotional) [i-moh-shuh-nl] adj.
  15. (emotional) sadness, irritability, fear
  16. (Emotions) Feelings, positive or negative, which signal an event or occurance. Emotions occur in every part of our being, so we can be subjected physical emotions, soulish emotions and spiritual emotions.
  17. (EMOTIONS) ESCE13-1 (EXCITEMENT)
  18. (EMOTIONS) It’s often said that “People buy on emotion, and justify with logic.” Which means it’s crucial that your sales copy always trigger the strongest, most relevant emotions for driving your prospect to action.
  19. (EMOTIONS) Mental and bodily reactions accompanied by strong feelings. The part of the consciousness that involves feeling; sensibility.
  20. (EMOTIONS) This is a way of using font combinations as email shortcuts to convey emotions and expressions. For example: Happy: :-), Wink: (This is sarcasm) ;->, and Surprised: -0. ...
  21. (EMOTIONS) an intense feeling in the soul; internal re-sponse or reaction to thoughts we choose to think upon.
  22. (Emotions) An emotion is the physical, biochemical effect of an experience. Emotions belong to the past, for they are the expression of experiences that are already known and mapped in the neuropathways of the brain.
  23. (Emotions) Deliverance ministers have found that demons utilize and link to human emotions. Strong emotions caused by traumatic experiences, such as fear or terror, may serve as entry points that give demons access to an individual. An angry outburst may also provide access. ...
  24. (Emotions) Every child (and many adults) can testify to the fact that the fear of the unknown easily leads to thoughts and sightings of monsters or worse. If there is a hierarchy here, emotion has to be dead last!
  25. (Emotions) Fear and anxiety associated with communication is known by some Psychologists as communication apprehension. Besides apprehension, communication can be impaired via processes such as bypassing, indiscrimination, and polarization.