[ ih-moht ]
/ ɪˈmoʊt /
verb (used without object), e·mot·ed, e·mot·ing.
Origin of emote
1915–20, Americanism; back formation from emotion
Related formse·mot·er, nouno·ver·e·mote, verb (used without object), o·ver·e·mot·ed, o·ver·e·mot·ing.
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Examples from the Web for emoted
Later, she had become a soubrette and a star in merry little plays in which she sang and danced and "emoted," all in one evening.My Actor-Husband|Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for emoted
/ (ɪˈməʊt) /
(intr) to display exaggerated emotion, as in acting; behave theatrically
Derived Formsemoter, noun
Word Origin for emote
C20: back formation from emotion
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