Emotion synonyms

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Tumult is a situation of confusion and chaos, especially when there is a lot of loud noise involved.
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A short sentence or aphorism expressing some thought or wish, as in a toast
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Strong love or affection
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A disturbing or being disturbed
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Inclined to gush; effusive.
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Plural form of hysteric
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Melodramatic theatrical performance.
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(Psychology) A subjective feeling experienced in response to a thought or other stimulus; mood, emotion, especially as demonstrated in external physical signs. [from 19th c.]
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(Countable, astronomy, physics) Variation in an orbit due to the influence of external bodies
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The definition of agitation refers to the process of moving something forcefully or violently.
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The definition of a tremor is a shake, tremble or shiver, or a feeling of excitement.
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An exciting or being excited; agitation
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A state of extreme confusion or agitation; commotion or tumult:
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(Uncountable) The state of being excitable
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An emotion of affection; a fondness:
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Concerned with or arousing feelings or emotions; emotional:
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Of Dionysus or the Dionysia
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Of, pertaining to, or resembling a dithyramb; especially, passionate, intoxicated with enthusiasm.
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Dramatic means something that is noticeable or sudden.
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Marked by or expressing ecstasy.
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(Of igneous rock) extrusive; having solidified after being poured out as molten lava
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Of or relating to emotion:
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The definition of histrionic is overly dramatic behavior or something related to acting, or a personality where someone is prone to drama and overreaction.
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Exhibiting spasmodic, uncontrolled emotion:
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The definition of melodramatic is being overly emotional.
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In a state of excessive nervousness, excitement, or anger; Extremely tense, anxious, or upset; filled with emotion, emotional; uneasy.
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Physically painful:
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The state or condition of being full of rapture
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Highly emotional; rapturous
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Of, relating to, or suitable for dramatic performance or the theater.
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Of, caused by, or causing trauma
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The definition of vehement is having intense feeling or force behind your words or actions.
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The definition of vulnerable is easily hurt or delicate.
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The definition of affection is love, or a fond attachment for something or something.
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Ability to experience affects: feelings, emotions, judgement, motivations, etc.
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Paroxysm of joy; keen emotion.
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Temple
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(Psychiatry) An abnormal state like this, characterized by a feeling of being powerless and unable to cope with threatening events, typically imaginary, and by physical tension, as shown by sweating, trembling, etc.
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A purifying or figurative cleansing of the emotions, especially pity and fear, described by Aristotle as an effect of tragic drama on its audience.
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A business, firm or enterprise; a company.
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Loss of hope
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Despondency is defined as a state of feeling hopeless or dejected.
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A feeling of overpowering joy; great delight; rapture
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Liquid or other matter poured forth.
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The quality or state of being emotional
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The condition of being emotive
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The projection of one's own personality into the personality of another in order to understand the person better; ability to share in another's emotions, thoughts, or feelings
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(Rare) Animated cordiality
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A very unpleasant or disturbing feeling caused by the presence or imminence of danger:
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Fervor is defined as intense feelings or passion.
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(Countable) Cause or instance of sorrow or pain; that which afflicts or distresses; trial.
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(Archaic) Good luck; good fortune; prosperity.
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A person or thing hated
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An artificial or affected manner, display of emotion, etc.; melodramatics
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(Literary, poetic) Great anger; wrath; keen resentment.
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An instance of this; jealous feeling
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A feeling of extreme happiness or cheerfulness, especially related to the acquisition or expectation of something good.
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(Countable) The object of one's romantic feelings; a darling or sweetheart.
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(Obs.) Black bile: in medieval times considered to be one of the four humors of the body, to come from the spleen or kidneys, and to cause gloominess, irritability, or depression
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The peak of sexual excitement, characterized by strong feelings of pleasure and bv a series of involuntary contractions of the muscles of the genitals, usually accompanied by the ejaculation of semen by the male.
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The definition of a paroxysm is a sudden attack that happens periodically from a disease or illness.
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(Uncountable) A feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something.
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A person or thing in which pride is taken
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Rapport is a positive relationship between people.
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Relief is support or aid given to a nation or people in a time of need.
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Remorse is a feeling of regret or sadness.
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An ancient Greek epic poem (part of one) suitable for uninterrupted recitation.
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(Uncountable) The state or emotion of being sad.
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(--- Theol.) Atonement for sin
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The ancient Roman festival of Saturn, held about Dec. 17, with general feasting and revelry in celebration of the winter solstice
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A generalized feeling or reaction, often vague and without reference to immediate stimulus
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Shame is a painful feeling of regret, guilt or embarrassment.
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(Countable) (usually in plural) An instance or cause of unhappiness.
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The state of being surprised; a feeling aroused by something unusual or unexpected; wonder or astonishment
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A vehicle, such as an aircraft, used to transport passengers, mail, or freight.
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Excitement or intensity, especially of emotion.
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To rise to the surface of water to breathe. Used of a marine mammal.
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Preoccupation with physical, esp. bodily or carnal, matters
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Plural form of feeling
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Fired with intense feeling; ardent, blazing, burning.
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Something giving great joy or pleasure
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