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Correct spelling for EMATIOANL
We think the word ematioanl is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for ematioanl
- Emotional(Definition of emotional)
- Emotion(Definition of emotion)
- Optional(Definition of optional)
- Unemotional(Definition of unemotional)
- Irrational(Definition of irrational)
Hence her emotional touch remained delicate, and what she could understand she could feel.
However, white solidarity, though diplomatically compromised, was emotionally not yet really undermined.
To his great astonishment she burst into tears, and turning from him as if to hide an emotion she could not conquer, she said, "go, go, mr. mowbray-go to your mother-you ought to have gone to her instantly."
And the paradoxical result is this: that the forms of science are optional, like various languages or methods of notation.
I don't think i should like them, for they must be dry, cold, unsympathetic, unemotional, unwomanly creatures.
One reason why this truth is so reluctantly admitted, is men's irrational want of faith in the self-protective quality of a highly developed and healthy community.
The scene she had witnessed, raised in the marchioness a tumult of dreadful emotions.