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relating to, arising from, or appealing to the emotions

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characterized by emotion

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189), and more emotively in her virtual ekphrasis of Aeneas putting to sea:
Further, even if the cynical, sophisticated protagonist is both self-aware and aware of the marketing strategies with which the catalog manipulates him by means of words emotively claiming "adventure," "wonderful," "cool"," he is indifferent to them and is unable to pass beyond the possibilities of this awareness.
Because they lack the social maturity to discuss topics logically, not emotively, most of their diatribe is hurtful, scathing, and on a very personal level.
Martin said she discovered the grid in the early '60s while contemplating the idea of trees--arriving emotively at the equivalence Mondrian had arrived at through looking--but the format is already in her paintings by the late 1950s.
After experiencing tuberculosis, even several years after having ended the treatment, people remember emotively the experience in traumatic manner, as expressed by one of the participants: you don't want to remember that; but you recall, day after day, the moments that transpired because you will never forget; It has been a while since I've spoken about it with anyone, it is something you want to leave behind .
While there is talk of extensions of terms, it's very difficult to be emotively linked to a county and to the players and to sustain that," he said.
Comedian Stewart Lee, who once did his own bit for BBC/Tory relationships by graphically and emotively describing being forced at university to drink David Cameron's vomit in a live stand-up show broadcast on BBC2, before admitting he'd just made it up, best expressed the fears of the BBC's fans.
I feel that literary works, 'exploding' the potentialities of language, grammars and stylistic features, including emotively or sensuously laden gestures, magnify their cognitive power, in many ways escaping dictionaries, their static, time-bound, partial definitions.
Chromatic' is a perfect example - we've taken two very different industries (automotive and creative arts) and collaborated to deliver something that is emotively stimulating, both to look at and to hear," he added.
An emotively charged sentence can evoke positive or negative emotions in different contexts.
The idea of waiting so eve- ryone can celebrate is a fresh one and executed emotively here.
Nevertheless, the fusion of pop talent with a cause that seeks to directly alleviate human suffering has, over the course of 30 years, chimed with the public and dramatically displayed the social benefits that can result from music recorded for charitable purposes (with the added impetus of the Christmas giving spirit being emotively invoked).
Adopting a narrow development lens can miss the actual engagements and ingenious strategies marginal populations use to instate technologies into their everyday Here, seeking entertainment and pleasure as sustainable engagements becomes a key behavioral tool to strategically use, emotively connect to, and play with technology Indeed, this may require us to broaden our view of how we think about what underlies a good ICTD research project and how we view a range of human behaviors as incremental to development.
delicately steeped in regret while emotively raw-edged, her voice at once firmly settled, or weighted, and dynamically fluid.
It was the efforts of more modest but still assiduous nature-researchers to confirm their cultural dignity, apart from mere utilitarian application, that generated a notion of "natural science" as an emotively inspiring slogan.