Like the Furies, the Cheneys stand for unreason and emotionalism.
Nowhere do we find such a combination of emotionalism with sanity.
Nor did the delicate female monopolize all the delicacy and emotionalism.
Mr. Dixon has not breathed the Negro air of emotionalism without being affected thereby.
That sort of courage is seldom moral; it is, at bottom, emotionalism.
And I think you're singularly free of the emotionalism that so often plays hob with them all.
And yet all the emotionalism of this climax was centered elsewhere.
And the emotionalism must be attributed, I apprehend, in part to my age and temperament, and in part to my comparative solitude.
It had never before affected her beyond a flash of emotionalism.
The very period which produced the rationalism of Maimonides gave birth to the emotionalism of the Kabbala.