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Emotionalism   Listen
noun
Emotionalism  n.  The cultivation of an emotional state of mind; tendency to regard things in an emotional manner.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Emotionalism" Quotes from Famous Books



... and John Wesley, whose appeals to religious emotionalism filled the fields of England with tens of thousands of weeping, shouting men and women, vastly excited as to the state of their souls, is a type of faith beginning in a small way and attaining National ...
— Blood and Iron - Origin of German Empire As Revealed by Character of Its - Founder, Bismarck • John Hubert Greusel

... had told his tale simply, without fictitious emotionalism, without straining to get the horror of it across—and thereby succeeded. He glanced at his three crewmen, to see how they were faring. Louie seemed to have gained some control over his nerves, and yet the way he sat there staring at nothing showed he was enduring some special horror of his own. ...
— Eight Keys to Eden • Mark Irvin Clifton



Words linked to "Emotionalism" :   cool, unemotional, volatility, warm, emotionality, drama, passion, lovingness, soupiness, warmth, temperament, emotional, affectionateness, hot, trait, excitability, sentimentality, heat, excitableness, cold, drippiness, demonstrativeness, mushiness, sloppiness



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