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Effrontery
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Effrontery: Shameless and arrogant behaviour that you have no right to.
Effusion
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Effort: An expression of emotion not subject to restraint, an outpour of words and emotions. Flow under pressure.
Egoism
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Egoism: (Philos.) The doctrine of certain extreme adherents or disciples of Descartes and Johann Gottlieb Fichte, which finds all the elements of knowledge in the ego and
Egotism
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Egotism: The practice of too frequently using the word I hence, a speaking or writing overmuch of ones self self-exaltation self- praise the act or practice of magnifying
Elate
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Elate: To be filled with hope, pride, or optimism. Elated: Joyful and high in spirit.
Embers
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Embers: Burning ashes of a dying fire dying but not extinguished remains of a great love or passion
Emote
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Emote: Express emotion, dramatize ones feelings or emotions (Slang)
Emotional outburst
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Emotional outburst: Tantrum, fit of emotion, strong display of feelings (rage, grief, etc.)
Emotional reaction
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Emotional reaction: Reaction that is influenced by feelings and emotions (i.e. anger, hysteria, etc.)
Emotionality
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Emotionality: Tendency to express ones feelings in an overly dramatic manner, effusiveness, sentimentalism
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