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- adv. in an emotional manner; displaying emotion
- adv. regarding emotions
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an emotional manner
- adv. with regard to emotions
"There are striking juxtapositions between the documentary image of black power and our popular memory of it," which he described as an "emotionally charged and destructive movement."
And as usual, what they call emotionally foolish and practically smart-the head won.
Adding that extra dimension can draw you in emotionally if done right, and while there were a few weak selections for the most part the music enhanced the scenes for me.
More than any other type of training, force fetch requires you to be removed emotionally from the task.
What Team Vonn did and continues to do to prop up Lindsey physically and emotionally is the latest example of the kind of special attention Vonn has received that has taken her from being very good to being the best in the world.
We are a long, long way from home and from anyone who could help us, and we are reliant on the materials we have here and our own wits to survive, and even though we are not actually on Mars the situation is similar in emotionally important ways.
My daughter is across the country and it took time to recover emotionally from the unexpected betrayal of my husband, destroying a successful business and lifestyle that was financially comfortable.
And the answer is, to protect ourselves emotionally from the fundamental threat to our survival that is loss of love.
Pronounced interest in emotionally mature and complex materials like advanced physics or computing
Pronounced interest in emotionally immature materials like comic books and animated television
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