American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One whose conduct, thought, or rhetoric is governed by emotion rather than reason, often as a matter of policy.
- n. An excessively emotional person.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is easily overcome by emotions; a person subject to or controlled by emotion.
- n. One who endeavors to excite emotional feeling; one who appeals to the emotions rather than to the reason or conscience.
“People assume that because Stephen Harper attends an Evangelical church The East Gate Alliance Church he's some kind of emotionalist "holy roller" along the lines of Benny Hinn.”
“We the good and virtuous people of this land have to retain our balance in a tidal flood of emotionalist hypocracy.”
“Unfortunately, the hokey FairTax is predicated on some unrealistic political assumptions that are ignored for the sake of emotionalist feel-good propaganda by the promoters.”
“Melanie, you can put forward logical and intelligent analysis and arguments until you are blue in the face, it isn't going to change the world-view of a died-in-the-wool emotionalist; there is simply no meeting of minds.”
“You know, the same markets that kept coal miners on starvation wages until they died of black lung in North America before they were unionized and the evil well-meaning emotionalist do-gooders managed to get things like child-labor and workplace-safety laws passed.”
“I am therefore deeply saddened by your emotionalist appeal that plays on well-known and deeply seated stereotypes: the poor, innocent immigrant, being ravaged and taken advantage of by the smooth-talking, "everyone-knows-he-is-a-farce" man in power.”
“The guest host series in particularly is a vile emotionalist attack on individualâ€™s motives that the authors canâ€™t possibly have any knowledge of.”
“Mr. NAT ADDERLEY Jr. (Music Director): My absolute favorite songs of his tend to be the real, real deep emotionalist, the ones that I hear for the first time and I'm home crying because I know, ` Oh, my goodness, that really came from Luther.”
“Bucky O'Neill, however, the iron-nerved, iron-willed fighter from Arizona, the Sheriff whose name was a by-word of terror to every wrong-doer, white or red, the gambler who with unmoved face would stake and lose every dollar he had in the worldhe, alone among his comrades, was a visionary, an articulate emotionalist.”
“In these states of mind we find the philosopher, the idealist, the emotionalist, the psychist, the sensitive, the intuitionist, the revelator, the transcendentalist and the seer.”
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