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Adjective
/iˈmōSHənəl/,
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Of or relating to a person's emotions,
  1. Of or relating to a person's emotions
    • - children with emotional difficulties
  2. Arousing or characterized by intense feeling
    • - an emotional speech
  3. (of a person) Having feelings that are easily excited and openly displayed
    • - he was a strongly emotional young man
  4. Based on emotion rather than reason
    • - sound reason, not an emotional knee-jerk response, is the best recipe for making decisions

  1. determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason; "it was an emotional judgment"
  2. aroused: (of persons) excessively affected by emotion; "he would become emotional over nothing at all"; "she was worked up about all the noise"
  3. (emotion) any strong feeling
  4. Emotional is the debut album by R&B singer Carl Thomas, released on April 18, 2000.
  5. 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. ...
  6. Emotional is the fourth album by R&B musician Jeffrey Osborne. Produced by Rod Temperton, Richard Perry, T. C. Campbell, and George Duke.
  7. Emotional is the fourth, and so far latest studio album by K-Ci & JoJo. The album was released on November 26, 2002, and contains THE hit single "This Very Moment".
  8. Casely (born Jean Carlos Casely 30 November 1985) is an American R&B/hip-hop artist from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. In 2005, he released his debut album I'll Be on the 1st Records label. ...
  9. (Emotion (Barbra Streisand album)) 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? ...
  10. (emotion) 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
  11. ((emotionally)) to ~ to se cramponner à (parent, beliefs, hope);
  12. (Emotionals) refers to the emotions that are associated with a site. These emotions can originate from beings actually present at the site. However, a site may resonate with emotionals due to previous or even future events. ...
  13. (Emotion) (n.) The Body’s physical, visceral responce to the vibrational state of being caused by whatever you are giving your attention to.
  14. (emotion) A sequence of internal representations, usually ending with a visceral kinesthetic (hence the colloquial name “feeling”). An emotion may occur in response to sensory input, internal representations, or any combination of the two, whether or not the person is conscious of them. ...
  15. (Emotion) A complex, subjective experience that is accompanied by biological and behavioral changes.
  16. (Emotion) Mental energy, set in motion through feeling.
  17. (Emotion) n. Electron movement (also e-motion).
  18. (emotion) A physical agitation or disturbance. Agitation of mind; strong mental feeling. Any of the natural instinctive affections of the mind (e.g. love, horror, pity) which come and go according to one’s personality, experiences, and bodily state; a mental feeling. Oxford Dictionary
  19. (EMOTION) (chapt 10) The way a person feels or the way a person expresses themself.--Betsyl 19:33, 15 November 2008 (UTC) Def:a strong feeling about somebody or something.--Betsyl 22:34, 4 December 2008 (UTC)
  20. (EMOTION) n. a pleasurable or painful condition of the mind which may accompany our sensations, memories or judgements; the faculty of feeling; a state of excited feeling or agitation. [L. emotio, fr. emovere, to stir]
  21. (EMOTION) specific name of a feeling. Examples: anger, rage, depression, happiness, sorrow
  22. (Emotion) "Negatively, the momentary (acute) and ongoing (chronic, continuous) disturbance within the mind (soul, spirit) caused by the discrepancy between perceived reality and one's desires."  (From A Definition of Emotions.)  Positively, emotions result from the fulfillment of one's desires. ...
  23. (Emotion) A child's sadness, anxiety, or family crisis can cause undereating or overeating. If you think your child's emotions are affecting his or her eating, focus on resolving the problem that is causing the emotions instead of focusing on the eating behavior.
  24. (Emotion) A pre-programmed pattern of behavior which is primarily instinctual, i.e., genetic, in origin. All emotions, except love, are becoming increasingly destructive, i.e., they serve only to decrease creativity in biological adults instead of to expand it. ...
  25. (Emotion) A qualia based mental reaction which limits the attention allocation scope. The outcome can be positive as well as negative, depending on what gets excluded and how relevant it is at the time. ...