Definition of Emotivity

1. n. Emotiveness.



Definition of Emotivity

1. Noun. The condition of being emotive ¹

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Definition of Emotivity

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emotivity

emotioned
emotionful
emotionless
emotionlessly
emotionlessness
emotionlike
emotionology
emotions
emotiovascular
emotive
emotively
emotiveness
emotivism
emotivisms
emotivities
emotivity (current term)
emotronic
emove
emoved
emoves
emoving
emp
empacket
empackets
empair
empaire
empaired
empaires
empairing
empairment

Literary usage of Emotivity

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1. The Pathology of Emotions: Physiological and Clinical Studies by Charles Féré (1899)
"Sometimes it is excessive emotivity, sometimes it is apathy. ... But the research into the physical conditions of emotivity of the morbid kind is not above ..."

2. The Universal Illusion of Free Will and Criminal Responsibility by Augustin Frédéric Hamon (1899)
"INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF MORBID emotivity. Summary—Relations of Morbid emotivity—Genius and Madness—Crime and Morbid ..."

3. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by New York Academy of Sciences (1915)
"emotivity depends first upon the nature of the individual as determined by ... emotivity are also determined by degree of "intellectual control. ..."

4. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1894)
"The distress and extreme emotivity of the neurasthenic are, ... This emotivity may sometimes escape observation in melancholia, but it exists nevertheless, ..."

5. Signs of Sanity and the Principles of Mental Hygiene by Stewart Paton (1922)
"The relation of emotivity to visualization is of prime importance to the painter or sculptor. Musicians also need adequate channels of expression, ..."

6. The Clinical Journal (1896)
"-i°„ of the alcoholic extract daily, and was feeling very much better and stronger; palpitation, emotivity much improved ; no sweating even on excitement, ..."

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