Emotive sentence examples

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  • Kim's artwork is smooth and colorful, offering emotive force that is beyond words.

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  • The book helps us realize that the autistic world is emotive, empathetic and beautiful.

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  • It was an extremely emotive experience to say the least.

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  • With grimly emotive voice acting set in a realistic re-creation of wartime Normandy, this game never stops reminding us that, though we may be having a lot of fun with this game, war is distinctly not fun.

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  • emotive headlines in newspapers.

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  • You will not be expected to solve or work toward solving highly emotive or serious mental health needs.

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  • emotive vocals; what a tight outfit!

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  • Unlike many other checkbook covers, the Crazy Horse is a unique and emotive piece that declares the appeal of an undisturbed, rustic landscape - the things every hunter looks forward to enjoying while spending time in the wild.

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  • The result is some of his most powerfully emotive singing yet committed to record.

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  • This is followed by another deeply emotive track ' Up in Smoke ' .

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  • The use of the word " huge " seems somewhat emotive.

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  • Eric's fine delivery on the closing cut, ' Died For You ' is a very emotive piece of music.

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  • emotive lyrics = Best hard rock song of all time.

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  • emotive rhetoric and more on a rational explanation of the comet's significance.

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  • emotive arena.

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  • emotive subject of prisoner release was high on the agenda for many supporters who attended a series of meetings.

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  • THE correspondence regarding stable staff has become increasingly emotive.

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  • Let us not get too emotive about what we mean by ' psychoactive plants ' .

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  • The emotive When I Close My Eyes tugs the heartstrings with the sorrowful line " boy it never ends.

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  • Vocal range is very good and fairly emotive but I found in some places that the lyrical content was a little indistinct.

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  • The music and dancing is raw and emotive, expressing joy, love and life.

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  • Theorizing a work by such a emotive director is very tempting, but somewhat moot.

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  • He uses lots of emotive language to try to achieve his goal of changing people's preconceptions about the subject of immigration.

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  • When a death results from the antics of young rascals Yahoo and Shy Boy, some serious and emotive questions have to be asked.

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  • Symbolically, they can be highly resonant and emotive.

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  • spark off such emotive responses in you.

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  • In this case an opinion held by very few, mainly those who want to add emotive language to a rather threadbare cause.

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  • Her rich gospel tinged voice is perfectly illustrated in the emotive ' Mama ', featured here.

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  • An emotive family drama with a highly topical approach.

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  • The language used is emotive and misleading, and the headline is riddled with factual inaccuracies.

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  • The external stimuli of a picture of a cat could spark off such emotive responses in you.

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  • The success was built on featuring emotive true-life stories showing the impact of a drug on a person 's life.

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