Recent Examples of emotive from the Web
Using Munch’s last significant self-portrait as a starting point to reassess his entire career, the show brings together his emotive and daring explorations of love, desire, despair and death.
But the president’s address — a mix of dry statistics and emotive language — was designed to discredit the pact, point by point.
Working with both sculpture and installation, Vital creates striking and emotive art that require ingenuity and technical skill to realize.
Those words were the perfect complement to one of the most distinctive and emotive voices in music.
And indeed, some of the game’s most popular players are its most emotive; Warriors forward Draymond Green celebrates exceptional plays with a bicep flex that’s straight out of pro wrestling.
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First Known Use of emotive
EMOTIVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of emotive for English Language Learners
: of or relating to emotions
: causing strong emotions for or against something
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