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affected by and expressing strong emotion, especially sadness or anger
showing or expressing strong beliefs, interest, or enthusiasm
feeling or showing a particular emotion very strongly, especially in support of someone or something
expressing a lot of emotion
full of strong emotion
feeling and showing emotions in a very strong way
expressing strong emotions, especially sadness
showing very strong feelings, in a way that is embarrassing and not reasonable
behaving in an uncontrolled way because you are extremely excited, afraid, or upset
full of strong emotions, especially sexual emotions
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