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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of emotionalise.

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Examples

  • Impervious by nature and by training to mob-emotion, Soames yet was emotionalised.

    On Forsyte 'Change

  • It is an exceptional thing to find beauty, youth, compatibility, intelligence, your own point of view — softened and charmingly emotionalised — in another.

    Jennie Gerhardt

  • This union exalted him, wore away the rough edges of his character, emotionalised his mental life.

    Dubliners

  • Just now we are beginning to revolt against this over-emotionalised treatment of life, and realism is a deliberate attempt to present life as it is -- not to improve upon it or to select it, but to give an impression of its complexity as well as of its bleakness.

    Escape, and Other Essays

  • Did she attempt to manscape him on this occasion, or did she limit herself to one of those emotionalised celebrity accounts that, at best, offensively bowdlerise the aid debate and, at worst, suggest we have precisely zero interest in solving these problems?

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • "My personal judgment is that this is a country deeply split and emotionalised," a Western diplomat in the region said.

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  • He is no doubt over-emotionalised and — and — oh, go to the devil.”

    Death in Ecstasy

  • “Collectively and severally,” Nigel had written, “the Ancreds, all but one, are over-emotionalised.

    Final Curtain

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