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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emotionalize.
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It simply emotionalizes the Iranian body politic and increases his influence.
Any exercise or work that excites the mind, stimulates the senses, calls the emotions and appetites into action, confuses, terrifies or emotionalizes, weakens the power of concentration.
Dramatic background music was played (Japanese news stories often have background music that dramatizes and emotionalizes the story).
"Nothing emotionalizes a product and makes it more understandable to a potential buyer than seeing it in an entertainment media, especially seeing it with an aspirational character," he said.