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Correct spelling:
emotional
Definition:
determined or actuated by emotion rather than reason; " it was an emotional judgment"

Synonyms:

adjective
affective
noncognitive, perceptual.
all
emotional.
demonstrative
outpouring, outgoing, profuse, symptomatic, outspoken, Evincive, touchy-feely.
demonstrative about feelings
fanatical, hot-blooded, Roused, stirred, fickle, ecstatic, tear-jerking, pathetic, passionate, histrionic, fervid, sensitive, emotive, impassioned, touching, feeling, temperamental, ardent, falling apart, thrilling, moving, responsive, affecting, impulsive, heated, enthusiastic, tender, spontaneous, nervous, sentient, susceptible, hysterical, fiery, fervent, exciting, overwrought, irrational, heartwarming, stirring, sentimental, excitable, impetuous, warm, disturbed, zealous, poignant.
dramatic
farcical, suspenseful, expressive, Theatric, tragicomic, Histrionical.
emotional
feverish, ardent, deeply felt, passionate, heart-felt, sensitive, sympathetic, responsive, psychological, warm.
enthusiastic
warm, fervent.
excitable
explosive, brittle, high-strung, stormy, over-zealous, edgy, irritable, fragile, fidgety, Alarmable, combustible, short-tempered, overzealous, galvanic, short fused, reckless, Hot-headed, rash, excitable, volatile, passionate, cranky, crusty, Agitable, sensitive, hot-tempered, hottempered, mercurial, impulsive, touchy, ardent, nervous, fiery, tempestuous, volcanic, quick-tempered.
impressionable
sensitive.
impulsive
ad lib, unprompted, Unmeditated, gone off deep end, ADLIB, hot and cold, hot-and-cold.
intuitive
unreflecting, gut, untaught.
loaded
charged.
lyrical
lilting, operatic, choral, sweet-sounding, songful, songlike.
moving
mind-bending, stimulative, inspirational, turned on by, felt in gut, grabbed by.
musical
lyrical.
overwrought
unstrung, freaked-out, hot under collar, worked-up, keyed up, keyed-up, over-excited, overstrung, strung-out, over-wrought, wound-up, fired-up, hyper, hot-and-bothered, steamed up, all shook up, in a state, strung out.
pert
emotional.
sensitive
Susceptive, oversensitive, reactive, supersensitive, emotionable, tuned in, sensatory, sensile, sensory, easily affected, turned on to, hypersensitive.
softhearted
all heart, bleeding-heart, softhearted.
susceptible
impressionable.
temperamental
head-strong, in bad mood, temperamental, easily upset.
touching
poignant.
touchy-feely
touchy feely.
noun
emotional
charged, mushy, low-down, mind-blowing, gushing, slushy, aroused, schmalzy, moody, demonstrative, warm-toned, bathetic, affectional, excited, cathartic, effusive, little, lyrical, affective, schmaltzy, maudlin, releasing, het up, sentimental, funky, latin, soulful, overemotional, gushy, agitated, emotive, mawkish, temperamental, worked up, lyric, supercharged, hot-blooded.
verb
intensified
intense.
Examples of usage:
  1. Her heart was in every way so perfect, her desire to do good to all around her so thorough, and her power of self- sacrifice so complete, that she generally got herself right in spite of her want of logic; but it must be acknowledged that she was emotional. – Autobiography of Anthony Trollope by Anthony Trollope
  2. He had learned emotional control from the Earthmen. – Star Performer by Robert J. Shea
  3. He himself was in an emotional frame of mind. – The Golden Web by Anthony Partridge
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