Emotionally - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɪˈmoʊʃənəli|  American pronunciation of the word emotionally
Brit.  |ɪˈməʊʃ(ə)nəli|  British pronunciation of the word emotionally

adverb

- in an emotional manner

at the funeral he spoke emotionally

- with regard to emotions

emotionally secure

Examples

He's a very emotional person.

...worship at revival meetings often takes a markedly emotional form...

at the funeral he spoke emotionally

She grew intellectually and emotionally in her first year at college.

The end of his marriage shattered him emotionally.

The tragedy left her emotionally scarred.

He is in an emotionally fragile state.

She felt emotionally and physically distressed.

She was born into an emotionally frigid family.

...the cult seemed to be a sorrowful assemblage of emotionally scarred people seeking love and redemption...

Nursing is an emotionally and physically demanding job.

He's emotionally stunted.

The singer gave an emotionally charged interview.

his father's cold and distant demeanor inhibited him emotionally

...emotionally maltreated and neglected for years by her husband, she had long ago resigned herself to a loveless marriage...

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