Synonyms & Antonyms : Emotion


( Noun )

He thought of his dead child with deep emotions.








Contextual Examples:

The employees of the factory propose to launch an agitation for higher wages.

The earthquake gave a strong tremor to the buildings in the city.

Her passion for tennis took her to glorious heights.







Contextual Examples:

Modern socialists are characterized by a strange sense of stoicism in their attitude.

Modern management is marked by insensibility to galloping inflation so far as the question of increasing the wages of their workers is concerned.

Worker’s participation in management of factories is justified on the principles of rationality in human behavior.

There is every reason for managements to accede to workers participation.

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