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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emote.

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Examples

  • Additional in-game items include two exclusive character animations, called emotes, as well as a special dye color to customize player avatars 'equipment.

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  • Additional in-game items include two exclusive character animations, called emotes, as well as a special dye color to customize player avatars 'equipment.

    Gaming Nexus

  • Live-chat works well, and if you are not the talkative type, you can always just use the "emotes" from the game.

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  • Live-chat works well, and if you are not the talkative type, you can always just use the "emotes" from the game.

    X-Box Game Impressions

  • Aaron Delwiche , a game academic at Trinity University, asked his student Beth Cox to analyze all the "emotes" in World of Warcraft -- the spoken greetings or hand gestures Blizzard pre-programmed into each race.

    Playing the Master Race

  • Every time a politician lets his lip quiver or a cable anchor "emotes" on TV, they nod to the cult of confession that Oprah helped create.

    The Wrath of Oprah

  • Slightly cold I suppose but I'd say more poised and mannored in a unthreatening girly way than being some ice maiden and I do think she 'emotes' just enough to suit the 'little miss average nice girl' songs she's given.

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  • Now back to your ecclestical emotes, Rev. Us poltical scientists have work to do debunking one of your fellow snake oil salesmen.

    Think Progress » Conservative Catholic League President Bill Donohue Defends Beck: Many Of His Critics Are ‘Phonies’

  • Because when one of the Angels, grieving over the loss of one of their team, emotes, "I never thought my heart could hurt this much," I kind of felt the same about my ears.

    Matt's Guide to Thursday Night TV: New and Returning Shows

  • Jordan has a solid voice that gets stronger the more he emotes.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: Newsies Not So Hot Off the Press

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