emotion definition

  • noun:
    • A mental suggest that occurs spontaneously without through conscious effort and it is frequently associated with physiological modifications; a feeling: the emotions of happiness, sadness, reverence, hate, and love.
    • a situation of psychological agitation or disturbance: talked unsteadily in a voice that betrayed his emotion. See Synonyms at feeling.
    • The area of the awareness that involves sensation; sensibility: "Ab Muscles essence of literary works could be the war between feeling and intellect” ( Isaac Bashevis Singer).
    • an individual's internal condition of being and involuntary physiological reaction to an object or a situation, according to or tied to actual state and physical data.
    • A reaction by an non-human organism with behavioral and physiological elements comparable to an individual's reaction.
    • A moving regarding the brain or soul; pleasure of the thoughts, whether pleasing or painful; disruption or agitation of brain caused by a particular exciting cause and manifested by some sensible effect on the human body.
    • Excited or uncommon motion; disturbed activity.
    • An agitated or aroused, and often distinctly pleasurable or painful, frame of mind directed toward some item; officially, a sensation excited by a notion and directed toward an object, and accompanied by some bodily commotion, like blushing, shaking, weeping, or some slighter disruption perhaps not manifest to an additional celebration.
    • Synonyms Trepidation, Tremor, etc. See agnitation.
    • any powerful sensation
    • A mental suggest that occurs in an instant instead of through conscious effort and is often followed by physiological modifications; a sense: the feelings of pleasure, sorrow, reverence, hate, and love.
    • a situation of psychological agitation or disturbance: talked unsteadily in a voice that betrayed his emotion. See Synonyms at experience.
    • The part of the awareness that involves sensation; sensibility: "The very essence of literary works may be the war between feeling and intellect” ( Isaac Bashevis Singer).
    • A person's inner state to be and involuntary physiological a reaction to an object or a predicament, centered on or tied to real condition and sensory information.
    • A reaction by an non-human organism with behavioral and physiological elements similar to a person's reaction.
    • A moving associated with the head or soul; excitement regarding the feelings, whether pleasing or painful; disruption or agitation of head due to a specific exciting cause and manifested by some sensible effect on the body.
    • Excited or strange movement; disrupted motion.
    • An agitated or aroused, and in most cases distinctly enjoyable or painful, state of mind directed toward some item; officially, a sensation excited by an idea and directed toward an object, and followed closely by some actual commotion, including blushing, trembling, weeping, or some slighter disruption perhaps not manifest to a second party.
    • Synonyms Trepidation, Tremor, etc. See agnitation.
    • any strong experience
    • A mental suggest that occurs in an instant as opposed to through conscious effort and it is frequently followed by physiological changes; an atmosphere: the thoughts of pleasure, sadness, reverence, hate, and love.
    • a situation of mental agitation or disturbance: spoke unsteadily in a voice that betrayed his feeling. See Synonyms at sensation.
    • The area of the consciousness that requires experience; sensibility: "Ab Muscles essence of literary works could be the war between feeling and intellect” ( Isaac Bashevis Singer).
    • someone's internal state to be and involuntary physiological response to an object or a scenario, predicated on or associated with physical condition and sensory information.
    • A reaction by an non-human system with behavioral and physiological elements comparable to a person's response.
    • A moving regarding the head or soul; excitement of the thoughts, whether pleasing or painful; disruption or agitation of head due to a certain exciting cause and manifested by some sensible effect on the human body.
    • Excited or uncommon motion; disrupted activity.
    • An agitated or stimulated, and usually distinctly enjoyable or painful, frame of mind directed toward some item; technically, a sensation excited by a concept and directed toward an object, and combined with some physical commotion, including blushing, shaking, weeping, or some slighter disruption not manifest to another party.
    • Synonyms Trepidation, Tremor, etc. See agnitation.
    • any powerful feeling

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