express emotion


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v express emotion give verbal or other expression to one's feelings
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  • Thomas Reid
    Thomas Reid
    “Acting is not being emotional, but being able to express emotion.”


In literature:

Then, as if by some swift magic of emotion, her expression changed.
"Bob Hampton of Placer" by Randall Parrish
The emotions to which popular poetry gives expression are generic rather than personal.
"Wine, Women, and Song" by Various
He hated cant, and any expression of emotion appealed to him as cant.
"The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Vol. VII" by Jonathan Swift
Which for Jones was an expression of overwhelming emotion.
"Operation: Outer Space" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
There was a still longer pause, and Henry, Elizabeth and I waited for her to speak, or express emotion of some sort.
"Our Elizabeth" by Florence A. Kilpatrick
Indicate the characteristic expression of each emotion in your list.
"The Science of Human Nature" by William Henry Pyle
Emotions she could not express.
"Suzanna Stirs the Fire" by Emily Calvin Blake
He felt a clear distaste for this emotional business; he would much prefer to "cut it out," as he would have expressed it to himself.
"August First" by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews and Roy Irving Murray
I realized then that modulation is a deeper source of emotional expression than melody.
"Chopin and Other Musical Essays" by Henry T. Finck
To say that he was aghast is but a poor form of speech for the expression of his emotion.
"Phineas Redux" by Anthony Trollope

In news:

The robot expressed a few basic emotions through changes in its facial expression — that is, through the positioning of its eyes, lips, eyebrows and pink paper ears.
Oak Grove assistant coach Brett Favre expresses his emotion after a failed third down pass as they took on Sumrall during a high school football game in Hattiesburg Miss.
Young people who express more positive emotions tend to have higher incomes by the time they're 29, a Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences study says.
Imitating others' emotional expressions may foster empathy.
New research suggests that such mimicry helps people—especially women—more quickly grasp others' emotional expressions.
An emotional Sebastien Loeb expressed his thanks to Citroen after finishing his full-time involvement in the World Rally Championship with victory in Spain.
F or his 1872 book, The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals, Charles Darwin asked that seven photographic plates capturing the fleeting expressions of various subjects be included.
As an English filmmaker, how did you prepare to express those elements and emotions.
This is not to deny that a large slice of the electorate was viscerally engaged in the outcome and expressed their rabid emotional involvement in various and sundry ways, some of them quite bizarre.
If you can analyze your own emotions during your conversations with the patient, you can be more in tune with what the patient themselves might be feeling, even if they can't express it.
Teach them to express their emotions 4.
Attendees expressed mixed emotions about Senator Inhofe.
Don't be fooled: singer-songwriter Travis Elliott isn't afraid to express his emotions.
In fact, it's downright intimidating to express emotion and listen to someone give solutions, criticize or discount your feelings.
' In the video, Twain and Richie express intense emotion and passion, so much so you'd think they were actually a couple.

In science:

Minding one's emotions: mindfulness training alters the neural expression of sadness.
Curiosity and Pleasure
Deep Blue could beat Kasparov at a game demanding cognitive strategies, but ask it to escape from a predator, find food or a mate, and negotiate the complex interactions of social life outside the chessboard or express emotion when it lost a game, and it couldn’t even leave the launchpad.
Definability in the Real Universe
A sad fact is that most of the music school trainings have looked for accomplishment in the facility of fingers rather than the expressiveness of emotion.
Music in Terms of Science
Some people attribute the rise of music to the imitation of nature, others connect it with the play impulse, with magic and religious rites, or with the need for emotional expression.
Music in Terms of Science
These speculations lead us to conclude that the emotion expressing the humorous effect is also related to some specific situation in the processing of information.
Computer Model of a "Sense of Humour". I. General Algorithm