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Correct spelling for EMONTIONLY

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Possible correct spellings for emontionly

  • Emotional(Definition of emotional)
  • He had studied her voice like a singing master; knew all of its idiosyncracies and the emotional and nervous perturbations which affected it.

  • Emanations
  • "cheap clothes and nasty" did not end with kingsley's time, and these garments, well made, and sold at a rate inconceivably low, are saturated with horrible emanations of every sort, and to the buyer who stops to think must carry an atmosphere that ends any satisfaction in the cheapness.

  • Emotionally
  • Miss royden, for instance, has written a most notable chapter called "the sin of the bridegroom" in which with fine candor she points out how cruel it may be for a husband to suppose that on the first night of his marriage, and after a day of great fatigue, his wife will necessarily be emotionally attuned for her first experience of intimacy, and how fatal the results may be if he imposes himself upon her in an unresponsive hour.

  • Unemotional(Definition of unemotional)
  • He had apparently outgrown his fits of unbalanced talkativeness, and had become, with the difficult years, one of those boys who speak with almost comical rarity, and then with unemotional gruffness.

  • Unemotionally
  • "mebbe," grunted myra unemotionally; "he howls like a sick pup from mornin' till night."

  • Emanation(Definition of emanation)
  • In spite of, or because of, the high intellect written upon it, the face of dr. fu-manchu was more utterly repellent than any i have ever known, and the green eyes, eyes green as those of a cat in the darkness, which sometimes burnt like witch-lamps, and sometimes were horribly filmed like nothing human or imaginable, might have mirrored not a soul, but an emanation of hell, incarnate in this gaunt, high-shouldered body.

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