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emotion /ɪˈməʊʃən $ ɪˈmoʊ-/ noun [uncountable and countable]


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emotion
[noun]
Synonyms: feeling, ardour, excitement, fervour, passion, sensation, sentiment, vehemence, warmth
Contrasted words: coldness, detachment, reserve, unfeelingness
Related Words: excitability, responsiveness, sensibility, sensitiveness, sensitivity, susceptibilities, sensation

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

emotion W3 /ɪˈməʊʃən $ ɪˈmoʊ-/ noun [uncountable and countable]
[Word Family: noun: emotion, emotionalism; adverb: emotionally, emotively; adjective: emotionalunemotional, emotive; verb: emote]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French; Origin: émouvoir 'to cause to have strong feelings', from Latin movere 'to move']
a strong human feeling such as love, hate, or anger:
Her voice was full of emotion.
conflicting/mixed emotions
Sara listened with mixed emotions.
She was good at hiding her emotions.
Kim received the news without showing any visible sign of emotion.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

emotion
noun
ADJ. deep, extreme, intense, overwhelming, powerful, profound, strong, violent | complex | conflicting, contradictory, mixed, tangled She felt torn by conflicting emotions.
destructive, negative Counselling can teach people to handle negative emotions such as fear and anger.
positive | inner, innermost | painful | fragile The nurse was handling his fragile emotions very carefully.
raw a moving performance full of raw emotion
pent-up, suppressed Years of pent-up emotion came out as he sobbed.
human Fear is a normal human emotion.
QUANT. flicker, hint, trace There wasn't a hint of emotion in his eyes.
flood, rush, surge, wave She felt a sudden rush of emotion at the thought of seeing him again.
display She could not cope with such public displays of emotion.
VERB + EMOTION experience, feel the emotions that we experience as children He felt no emotion as she left.
be choked with, be filled with, be overcome with Her voice was choked with emotion.
be devoid of, be drained of | display, express, show Drama can help children to express their emotions. The woman's face showed no emotion.
release Releasing these emotions is part of the healing process.
betray | shake with, tremble with She realized she was shaking all over with emotion.
bottle up, control, hide, stifle, suppress | cope with, deal with, handle | confront Counsellors encourage victims of crime to confront their emotions.
arouse, provoke, stir (up) an incident that has aroused strong emotions locally
be charged with, be full of a speech that was charged with emotion
PREP. with/without ~ She spoke with deep emotion.
PHRASES depth/intensity of emotion The film has a surprising depth of emotion for a comedy.
a gamut/range of emotions Her performance in the play covered the whole gamut of emotions.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

emotion

strong/intense
Issues such as abortion arouse strong emotions.
The emotion was so intense that she spent most of the movie in tears.
powerful (=having a very strong effect on someone)
Grief is a very powerful emotion.
deep (=strongly felt, but not always expressed)
He had never revealed these deep emotions to anyone.
painful (=one that is difficult to deal with)
Painful emotions, stored away in the patient’s memory, can suddenly come flooding back.
overwhelming (=a very strong emotion that you feel suddenly)
She was filled with an overwhelming emotion of relief.
a positive emotion (=love, happiness, hope etc)
Try to focus on your positive emotions.
a negative emotion (=anger, fear, hate etc)
It’s not easy learning how to deal with negative emotions.
mixed/conflicting emotions (=a mixture of very different feelings)
She had mixed emotions about seeing him again.
pent-up emotions (=emotions that someone feels but does not express)
Crying can release pent-up emotions.
great emotion
She sings with great emotion.
real emotion (=very strong emotion)
There was real emotion in his voice.
raw emotion (=strong emotions that someone shows openly and does not control)
The crowd responded to his words with raw emotion.
human emotions
the expression of human emotions through music and poetry
show emotion
He didn’t show any emotion when I told him I was pregnant.
express an emotion (=show or talk about)
He had always found it difficult to express his emotions.
feel/experience an emotion
Seeing him with his new wife, she felt emotions that she did not want to feel again.
hide your emotions (also conceal your emotions formal)
Laura could not hide her emotions, or pretend to feel something she did not.
stir up people’s emotions (=deliberately try to make people have strong feelings)
His speech roused the crowd and stirred up their emotions.
be full of emotion (=showing or feeling strong emotions, especially sadness)
When she spoke, Nellie’s voice was full of emotion.
be overcome with emotion (=feel an emotion so strongly that you cannot behave normally)
As soon as I heard that song, I was overcome with emotion.
be choked with emotion (=feel so much emotion that you cannot speak normally)
Mr Ford’s voice was choked with emotion as he addressed the mourners.
be devoid of emotion formal (=not showing or feeling any emotion)
I find his books completely devoid of emotion.
a display/expression of emotion (=an emotion that is shown clearly openly)
Such open displays of emotion made him feel uncomfortable.
a sign of emotion
He showed no sign of emotion as the guilty verdict was read out.
a hint/trace/flicker of emotion (=a very small sign that someone feels an emotion)
I thought I saw a flicker of emotion in his eyes.
a wave/flood/surge/rush of emotion (=a sudden very strong emotion)
A great surge of emotion swept through her when she learnt that he was safe.
the depth of an emotion (=how strong an emotion is)
She was surprised by the depth of her emotions.
lack of emotion
George’s apparent lack of emotion was too much to bear.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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