Part of speech:
Tumult is a situation of confusion and chaos, especially when there is a lot of loud noise involved.
A short sentence or aphorism expressing some thought or wish, as in a toast
Strong love or affection
A disturbing or being disturbed
Melodramatic theatrical performance.
The definition of agitation refers to the process of moving something forcefully or violently.
The definition of a tremor is a shake, tremble or shiver, or a feeling of excitement.
An exciting or being excited; agitation
A state of extreme confusion or agitation; commotion or tumult:
An emotion of affection; a fondness:
Concerned with or arousing feelings or emotions; emotional:
Of Dionysus or the Dionysia
Dramatic means something that is noticeable or sudden.
Marked by or expressing ecstasy.
Of or relating to emotion:
The definition of histrionic is overly dramatic behavior or something related to acting, or a personality where someone is prone to drama and overreaction.
Exhibiting spasmodic, uncontrolled emotion:
The definition of melodramatic is being overly emotional.
In a state of excessive nervousness, excitement, or anger; Extremely tense, anxious, or upset; filled with emotion, emotional; uneasy.
The definition of vehement is having intense feeling or force behind your words or actions.
The definition of vulnerable is easily hurt or delicate.
The definition of affection is love, or a fond attachment for something or something.
(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.
A purifying or figurative cleansing of the emotions, especially pity and fear, described by Aristotle as an effect of tragic drama on its audience.
A business, firm or enterprise; a company.
Loss of hope
Despondency is defined as a state of feeling hopeless or dejected.
A feeling of overpowering joy; great delight; rapture
Liquid or other matter poured forth.
The quality or state of being emotional
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
A very unpleasant or disturbing feeling caused by the presence or imminence of danger:
Fervor is defined as intense feelings or passion.
A person or thing hated
An artificial or affected manner, display of emotion, etc.; melodramatics
An instance of this; jealous feeling
(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
The definition of a paroxysm is a sudden attack that happens periodically from a disease or illness.
A person or thing in which pride is taken
Rapport is a positive relationship between people.
Relief is support or aid given to a nation or people in a time of need.
Remorse is a feeling of regret or sadness.
(--- Theol.) Atonement for sin
The ancient Roman festival of Saturn, held about Dec. 17, with general feasting and revelry in celebration of the winter solstice
Shame is a painful feeling of regret, guilt or embarrassment.
(Countable) (usually in plural) An instance or cause of unhappiness.
The state of being surprised; a feeling aroused by something unusual or unexpected; wonder or astonishment
A vehicle, such as an aircraft, used to transport passengers, mail, or freight.
Excitement or intensity, especially of emotion.
To rise to the surface of water to breathe. Used of a marine mammal.
Preoccupation with physical, esp. bodily or carnal, matters
Of, relating to, or suitable for dramatic performance or the theater.
Something giving great joy or pleasure
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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