English adjective: emotional
|1.||emotional determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason|
|Samples||It was an emotional judgment.|
|2.||emotional of more than usual emotion|
|Samples||His behavior was highly emotional.|
|Similar||affectional, affective, bathetic, cathartic, charged, drippy, emotive, funky, het up, hokey, hot-blooded, kitschy, little, low-down, lyric, lyrical, maudlin, mawkish, mind-blowing, moody, mushy, overemotional, releasing, schmaltzy, schmalzy, sentimental, sloppy, slushy, soppy, soulful, soupy, supercharged, temperamental, warm-toned|
|See also||affected, moved, moving, passionate, stirred, touched, warm|
|3.||emotional of or pertaining to emotion|
An emotional crisis.
|4.||emotional (of persons) excessively affected by emotion|
|Samples||He would become emotional over nothing at all.|
She was worked up about all the noise.
|Synonyms||aroused, excited, worked up|