Definition of Emotionalities

1. Noun. (plural of emotionality) ¹



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Definition of Emotionalities

1. emotionality [n] - See also: emotionality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emotionalities

emotional pivots
emotional state
emotional structure
emotional structures
emotionalisation
emotionalisations
emotionalise
emotionalised
emotionalises
emotionalising
emotionalism
emotionalisms
emotionalist
emotionalistic
emotionalists
emotionalities (current term)
emotionality
emotionalization
emotionalizations
emotionalize
emotionalized
emotionalizes
emotionalizing
emotionally
emotioned
emotionful
emotionless
emotionlessly
emotionlessness
emotionlike

Literary usage of Emotionalities

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1. The world's wit and humor: an encyclopedia of the classic wit and humor of by Lionel Strachey (1906)
"... pure Mosaic service, where they have orthographic German hymns, and moving sermons, and a few of the other emotionalities necessary to every religion. ..."

2. A New Era of Thought by Charles Howard Hinton, Alicia Boole Stott, H. John Falk (1888)
"for a man to be still and perceive; but if he is so, he finds that what, when thwarted, are meaningless caprices and empty emotionalities, are, ..."

3. The Usurper by William John Locke (1902)
"Her delicate emotionalities skimmed like agreeable swallows over the surface of sentiment, ever and anon dipping the tip of a wing. ..."

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