Definition of emotionalism in English:



See emotional

  • ‘In spite of their lack of words, his images have a strong political charge and sensitive emotionalism depicted through intense graphic design.’
  • ‘As already indicated, the intense emotionalism about the liberal moment was suggestive of novelty - the appearance of a new dawn.’
  • ‘Sometimes, you think, we are becoming soft, far more ready to give way to sloppy self-indulgent emotionalism than our parents and grandparents were.’
  • ‘It would be refreshing if such decisions were made on a careful analysis of the best available technology, rather than on the emotionalism of environmentalists who only look backwards.’
  • ‘But another panelist accused me of ‘girlish’ sentimentality and of concocting my emotionalism as a means to sell newspapers.’