Definition of emotionality in English:

emotionality

Pronunciation /əˌmōSHəˈnalədē/ /əˌmoʊʃəˈnælədi/

See synonyms for emotionality

Translate emotionality into Spanish

noun

See emotional

‘Sorting out what constitutes reasonable and unreasonable emotionality is a highly charged, and often highly personal, endeavor.’
  • ‘Poetry, for her, is an eloquent language that best expresses emotionality, sensuality and ethereal moments.’
  • ‘Her qualities were valued but her emotionality surprised the team.’
  • ‘It's a live recording that is naked in its emotionality and beauty, simply overpowering.’
  • ‘We like to think that we are about reason and rationality while the other side is all hot emotionality.’