|(Internet) type of icon in the shape of a face that show emotions and expressions like a human face (such as a smiley face)||Emoticon|
|ability to express emotion, ability to have physical sensation, affection, expressive, expressiveness, having strong emotions, impression sensed from something, instinctive awareness, instinctive understanding or talent, sensation; perception; emotion;...||feeling|
|about, causing emotions, moving, stirring, pathetic||touching|
|act of mitigating; appeasement, relaxation; softening in force or severity; lessening the impact or intensity of; condition of becoming less severe; condition of being assuaged (about punishments, circumstances, emotions, etc.)||mitigation|
|act of rolling about (as in dust, water, or emotions); place where animals wallow; state of degeneracy, act of wallowing, condition of depravity, depression formed by animal, have huge amount of something, heavily indulge in something, lie down and rol...||wallow|
|act of treating sentimentally, act of ascribing sentimental qualities; act of behaving sentimentally, act of expressing exaggerated emotions||sentimentalization|
|advocate or creator of abstract art (art in which attitudes and emotions are expressed through nonrepresentational forms)||abstractionist|
|affected by emotion, easily affected by emotions, expressing emotion, full of feeling, passionate, sentimental, inspired by emotion, stirring emotions||emotional|
|affecting, of emotional expression, relating to or exciting the emotions, expressing emotion, sentimental||affective|
|annoy somebody, be allowed to; arrive at, reach, evoke emotions, start dealing with something, start doing something||get to|
|appealing to emotions||ad hominem|
|appealing to tender feelings, appealing to the emotions; nostalgic, romantic; overly emotional, corny, expressing deep feeling, mawkish in expression, mawkish in feeling||sentimental|
|ardour, fervor; zeal, enthusiasm; fury; desire, lust, emotions, intense emotion, intense enthusiasm for something, object of enthusiasm, outburst of emotion||passion|
|associated with 19C artistic symbolism, of or using symbols, one who uses symbols or symbolism, one who studies the meaning of symbols; one who makes use of symbols to express ideas or emotions (i.e. an artist or writer), somebody believing Eucharist u...||symbolist|
|attributing emotions to nonhuman things||anthropopathism; anthropopathy|
|be sentimental, treat sentimentally, ascribe sentimental qualities; behave sentimentally, express exaggerated emotions, treat somebody or something too emotionally||sentimentalize|
|become more intense, create something, examine a patient thoroughly, excite emotions in somebody, improve something||work up|
|bodily fluid determining health and emotions, indifference, moisture; mucus; slowness; apathy, thick mucus, unflappability||phlegm|
|breathe long and loud, exhalation, exhale loudly in relief or sorrow; make a sighing sound; yearn, long for, express feeling in sighs, loud exhalation which expresses relief or sorrow or other emotions; sighing sound, sound of rushing air, make exhalin...||sigh|
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