Meaning of emotively in English:



See emotive

‘I believe most individuals will vote emotively on the basis of ‘we must keep ‘our’ pound.’’
  • ‘Any opposing opinion is emotively classified as some form of hate.’
  • ‘I think that any visual statement has to communicate at multiple levels intellectually and emotively and there is no country with a monopoly in that area.’
  • ‘Unfortunately, discussion of these issues is often clouded by misunderstanding and prejudice and terms like federal are used emotively and with conflicting meanings.’
  • ‘He sings emotively and plays with great élan, and his lyrics this time out are particularly thoughtful.’