Emotional Synonyms, Emotional AntonymsThucydides, of course, had a sensitive and emotional temperament. New Yorkers aren't like our whole-souled, emotional Western folks. Her motherhood might be the mere figment of that kind colored girl's emotional fancy. His emotional nature had never, as yet, been deeply stirred. This uncontrolled, emotional trend of thought comes in cycles and is unerringly followed by bitter disillusionment. We are careless of form and type, yet we crave the emotional stimulus. There was a tenseness about her manner, a restraint in her tone, which seemed to speak of some emotional crisis. "You are neither an inquisitive nor an emotional person," Wrayson said. The emotional dreams of his Lowland Beauty are recorded no more. Lady O'Moy was in an emotional maelstrom that swept her towards a cataract.