emotional

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ɪˈməʊʃənəl/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(i mōshə nl)


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emotional

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. an emotional [farewell, goodbye, speech, book, man]
  2. needs emotional support
  3. has emotional needs
  4. suffered emotional abuse
  5. is an emotional [reaction, response] to
  6. (has) made an emotional [request, appeal]
  7. an emotional request for [help, donations, support, leads]
  8. an emotional appeal to [the public, catch, find]
  9. an emotional [scene, part] in a [play, movie]
  10. [bid, was] an emotional [goodbye, farewell]
  11. perform (all) the emotional labor
  12. takes an emotional toll (on)
  13. [highly, extremely, very] emotional
  14. emotional and [physical, social, spiritual]
  15. don't get so emotional!
  16. I always [get, become] emotional when
additional examples
  1. an emotional [farewell, goodbye, speech, book, man]
  2. needs emotional support
  3. has emotional needs
  4. suffered emotional abuse
  5. is an emotional [reaction, response] to
  6. (has) made an emotional [request, appeal]
  7. an emotional request for [help, donations, support, leads]
  8. an emotional appeal to [the public, catch, find]
  9. an emotional [scene, part] in a [play, movie]
  10. [bid, was] an emotional [goodbye, farewell]
  11. an over-emotional [reaction]
  12. perform (all) the emotional labor
  13. takes an emotional toll (on)
  14. [highly, extremely, very] emotional
  15. emotional and [physical, social, spiritual]
  16. don't get so emotional!
  17. I always [get, become] emotional when
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