|rapturous delight, bliss, overpowering emotion (also extasy)||ecstasy|
|(From French) psychological disorder of mind or emotion; impartial and old term for mental illness or insanity||folie|
|(Informal) amazing, excellent, great; stylish, fashionable, act of swelling, distention; swollen part, protuberance; gradual increase; surge of feeling or emotion; long unbroken wave; elevation of land, slope; crescendo followed by a diminuendo (Music)...||swell|
|(Slang) courageous, brave, daring; spirited, vigorous, robust, done with emotion||gutsy|
|20th century art movement stressing the expression of subjective experience rather than a literal representation of reality, art movement concentrating on expressing emotion, literary movement presenting stylized reality||expressionism|
|a craft carrying people or freight, act of transporting, conveyance; means of transporting (truck, ship, etc.), affect somebody with strong emotion, carry somebody or something, bear, transfer; deport, conveyance of somebody or something, experience or...||transport|
|a falling down, bend double with emotion, breakdown, crash; falling in; compression, hiding of subdirectories or libraries which are secondary to the heading of the current library (Computers), decrease in value, deflate, fail abruptly, failure or end,...||collapse|
|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|
|achieve something by careful consideration, adopt pose, affect somebody suddenly, affect somebody with emotion, agree to terms, animal disease caused by flies, attempt technical rating in U.S. Navy, be noticed by somebody, be perceived by somebody, bit...||strike|
|act of exploding, detonation; sound of a detonation; outburst (of laughter, anger, etc.); sudden increase, bursting or shattering of something, dramatic increase, intense display, plosion, sudden appearance, sudden burst of emotion, sudden noisy releas...||explosion|
|act of moving, associate with a group, be in motion; put in motion; act on, take action; transfer from one place to another; change residence; excite, cause emotion; motivate, spur to action; suggest, propose; take a turn in a game, reposition a game p...||move|
|act of paying for somebody else, deal with something in a particular way, delight; refreshment or entertainment given to its recipient without cost; the bearing of the cost of a treat, discuss a topic, entertainment paid for by somebody else, negotiate...||treat|
|action communicating something, body movement, express an idea or emotion through bodily movements; make a gesture, make a body movement, movement of the body which expresses an idea or emotion, gesticulation, use of gestures||gesture|
|actor, dramatic; affected, artificial, marked by artificial emotion, relating to theater||theatrical|
|add fuel to fire, eat in bulk, intensify emotion||stoke up|
|adjustment, adaptation of one thing to another; manner in which something fits; seizure, spasm; outburst of temper or other emotion; sudden impulse, appearing likely to do something, appropriate, be appropriate, be compatible, be suitable; be the right...||fit|
|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|
|anger, irritate, annoy; incite, instigate; stimulate, arouse; cause, induce, bring out, be the cause of an activity, elicit a response, incite something, make somebody feel angry, stir somebody to emotion||provoke|
|apathetic, unemotional, undemonstrative, stolid; calm, relaxed; not sensitive to pain, devoid of all emotion, expressionless||impassive|
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