Definition of Emotionalism

1. Noun. Emotional nature or quality.




Definition of Emotionalism

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

Definition of Emotionalism

1. Noun. The cultivation of an emotional state of mind; tendency to regard things in an emotional manner. ¹

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Definition of Emotionalism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emotionalism

emotional intelligence
emotional leukocytosis
emotional overlay
emotional person
emotional pivot
emotional pivots
emotional state
emotional structure
emotional structures
emotionalisation
emotionalisations
emotionalise
emotionalised
emotionalises
emotionalising
emotionalism (current term)
emotionalisms
emotionalist
emotionalistic
emotionalists
emotionalities
emotionality
emotionalization
emotionalizations
emotionalize
emotionalized
emotionalizes
emotionalizing
emotionally
emotioned

Literary usage of Emotionalism

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1. The Psychoneuroses and Their Treatment by Psychotherapy by E. Gauckler (1915)
"As a matter of fact the clinical study of psychoneuroses brings us face to face with patients whose emotionalism is peculiarly exaggerated and progressively ..."

2. The æsthetic Attitude by Herbert Sidney Langfeld (1920)
"INTELLECTUALISM VERSUS emotionalism The intellectual side of appreciation has been as frequently over-emphasized as has been the emotional, which fact has ..."

3. The Higher Aspect of Nursing by Gertrude Harding (1919)
"emotionalism is the yielding of the individual to his emotions in such manner as to cultivate them. ... emotionalism most frequently is found in women. ..."

4. The Great Psychological Crime: The Destructive Principle of Nature in by John Emmett Richardson, Florence Chance Huntley (1902)
"It follows with irresistible logic that emotionalism is not only a question ... This brings us naturally to the specific subject of religious emotionalism. ..."

5. A Textbook in the History of Modern Elementary Education: With Emphasis on by Samuel Chester Parker (1912)
"Rousseau's emotionalism the antithesis of Puritan repression. — It is evident that Rousseau's life and his standards of living were the direct antithesis of ..."

6. The Void of War: Letters from Three Fronts by Reginald John Farrer (1918)
"emotionalism Some people come out here elaborately predetermined to feel all the expected, proper, preconceived emotions. They wander about so deliberately ..."

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