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Definition display emotion — especially in an exaggerated way as for the stage
- an Oprah-style culture of public emoting
- She has a fine voice, but does not emote the lyrics.
- There is a point when grief exceeds the human capacity to emote, and as a result one is strangely composed—she had reached that point.
Abraham Verghese -- Cutting for Stone
- After that—or before that (there are several theories)—we emote.
John Gardner -- The Sunlight Dialogues
- It seemed as if the shaft sighed every time steam rose from it, as if emoting a whisper of anticipation.
Homer Hickam -- October Sky
- He emotes.
Neal Shusterman -- Unwind
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