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Correct spelling for EMOTIONLA
We think the word emotionla 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 emotionla
- Emotional(Definition of emotional)
- Unemotional(Definition of unemotional)
- Emotion(Definition of emotion)
When the old man-who was as emotional as a boy-ceased speaking, his white beard was wet with tears, and seeing that even damia's and gorgo's eyes were moist, he was preparing to address them again; but porphyrius interposed.
Dr. conwell does not say how deeply he was moved; he is, after all, a man of very few words as to his own emotions.
"i'll grant that her accident today may have upset her emotionally," penny conceded.
The hand in which griffith held his pipe shook as if he had been seized with a fever chill, but his voice was dry and emotionless.
D'urberville mechanically lit a cigar, and the journey was continued with broken unemotional conversation on the commonplace objects by the wayside.
His face worked with emotion.