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Correct spelling for IMMOTIONAL
We think the word immotional 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 immotional
- Emotional(Definition of emotional)
- Emotion(Definition of emotion)
- Optional(Definition of optional)
- Unemotional(Definition of unemotional)
- Irrational(Definition of irrational)
He rose, and put the money in his desk,-such was his genius for avoiding situations which threatened to become emotional.
Emotionally they want to believe it, because they are republicans fighting the league of nations.
"i picked up the revolver and saw, almost without emotion, that it was my own-manderson had taken it from my room, i suppose, while i was getting out the car.
It had been argued by some fairly good lawyers, for instance, that the subsequent ratification of the fifteenth amendment had so modified the fourteenth as to take away from congress this optional and discretionary power which had been previously conferred upon it by the fourteenth amendment.
The minister went on in a level, unemotional tone, like one telling a tale of long ago, of which the issues and even the interests are dead and gone.
Then at length it was seen to differ from all other religious varieties by that irrational and disgusting obstinacy, as it was felt to be, which had rather suffer torments and lose life than submit to some graceful, or touching, or at least trifling observance which the tradition of ages had sanctioned.
Moreover, it appealed violently to the emotions and senses.