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to have a strong effect on someone’s emotions
to cause a reaction, especially an angry one
to give people a particular feeling
formal to make someone feel a particular emotion or see a particular image in their minds
formal to make someone experience a feeling or emotion
to make someone have a particular feeling or belief
to make someone have a particular feeling or do something in a particular way
to cause an emotion or attitude
to affect your emotions, especially so that you feel sad or sympathetic
formal to start a particular feeling in someone
English version of thesaurus of to make someone feel a particular emotion or strong emotions
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