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Making you feel or express strong emotions

emotional

adjective

causing strong emotions such as sadness and anger

stirring

adjective

causing strong emotions

emotive

adjective

causing strong feelings

moving

adjective

making you feel emotional

rousing

adjective

making you feel emotional, excited, or enthusiastic

overwhelming

adjective

used about things that make you feel very strong emotions

cathartic

adjective

allowing you to express strong feelings that have been affecting you so that they do not upset you any longer

inflammable

adjective

filled with or producing strong feelings, especially anger

punch

noun

the emotional power of something such as a performance that affects how people feel

charge

noun

the ability to produce strong emotions or feelings

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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