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1. emotion

noun. ['ɪˈmoʊʃən, ˈiːˌmoʊʃən'] any strong feeling.

Synonyms

  • anxiety
  • joyfulness
  • anger
  • hate
  • ire
  • fear
  • CER
  • reverence
  • emotional state
  • spirit
  • choler
  • conditioned emotion
  • hatred
  • awe
  • conditioned emotional response
  • joy
  • veneration
  • joyousness
  • love
  • fright
  • fearfulness

Antonyms

  • hate
  • love
  • fearlessness
  • sadness

Etymology

  • émotion (French)

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Rhymes with Emotion

  • abbreviation
  • abdication
  • abduction
  • abduction
  • aberration
  • abolition
  • abomination
  • abortion
  • abrogation
  • absolution
  • absorption
  • absorption
  • abstraction
  • acceleration
  • accession
  • acclamation
  • acclimation
  • accommodation
  • accreditation
  • accretion

How do you pronounce emotion?

Pronounce emotion as ˈiˌmoʊʃən.

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Sentences with emotion


1. Noun, singular or mass
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Quotes about emotion


1. I just love real characters; they're not pretentious, and every emotion is on the surface, they're regular working people. Their likes, their dislikes, their loves, their hates, their passions; they're all right there on the surface.
- David O. Russell

2. Love is an emotion experienced by the many and enjoyed by the few.
- George Jean Nathan

3. Real art is basic emotion. If a scene is handled with simplicity - and I don't mean simple - it'll be good, and the public will know it.
- John Wayne

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