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emotion feeling.. feeling emotion, emotion feeling - The American Heritage. Dictionary of the English Language state, sensibility, sensation, responsiveness, perception emotion : disturbance, agitation, feeling: awareness, impression, fondness, sentiment, a feel. 1a. a perception associated with stimulation of a FEELING sense organ or with a specific body condition 1b. the faculty to feel or perceive; physical sensibility a physical sensation 1c. indefinite generalized body feeling 2. a state of heightened interest or emotion 3. a state of public interest and excitement/ a cause of such interest EMOTION an affective state of a mental or emotional condition consciousness from emotions, sentiments, a mental state; a feeling desires awareness a state of mental agitation having knowledge or cognizance or disturbance an awareness or sensibility impression impression an effect, feeling or image from experiment a vague notion, resemblance or belief a mark produce on surface by pressure an emotional state or disposition; an emotion;
a tender emotion;
a fondness fondness warm affection or liking a strong inclination or preference; a taste capacity to experience the sensitivity higher emotions;
the capacity to respond to stimulation sensitivity; sensibility;
sensibility feelings: sensibilities keen intellectual perception sentiment mental or emotional responsiveness a thought, view, attitude, especially based mainly on emotion instead of reason;
opinion based on emotion emotion, feeling than on reason; sentiment tender or romantic feeling maudlin emotion; sentimentality appreciative regard or understanding a general impression intuitive awareness or aptitude; a feel 1 feeling/emotion emotion(s) feeling(s) emotion(s) feeling(s) : v+N(s):
any verb+emotion(s)/feeling(s), v+N+prep: any verb + an emotion/ a feeling + preposition of, v+adj+N(s): any verb + any adjective + emotion(s)/feeling(s), N(s)+prep+N: emotion(s)/feeling(s) + preposition of + any noun.
emotion c VISUAL THESAURUS,,, emotion (. 2): an emotional response that has been acquired by conditioning: CER, conditioned emotion, conditioned emotional response; a strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance: ire, anger, choler; an emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or flight): fear, fright, fearfulness; a feeling of profound respect for someone or something: fear, reverence, awe, veneration; a vague unpleasant emotion that is experienced in anticipation of some (usually illdefined) misfortune: anxiety; the emotion of great happiness: joy, joyousness, joyfulness; a strong positive emotion of regard and affection: love; the emotion of intense dislike; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action: hate, hatred; the state of a person dejection):emotional state, spirit.
feeling c VISUAL THESAURUS 6 : the experiencing of affective and emotional states: state; a physical sensation that you experience: somatesthesia, somaesthesia somatic sensation, somesthesia; a vague idea in which some confidence is placed:
impression, notion, opinion, belief; the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people: spirit, tone, flavor, look, smell; the sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin: touch sensation, touch, tactual sensation, tactile sensation ;an intuitive understanding of something: intuitive feeling.
2 VISUAL THESAURUS emotion feeling the experiencing of affective and emotional states VISUAL THESAURUS feeling. VISUAL THESAURUS (VT) emotion : fear, love, joy, hatred. VT, the experiencing of affective and emotional states,., feeling, touch, a feel, awareness (impression, opinion), somatic sensation.
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