verb (used without object), e·mot·ed, e·mot·ing.
- emory oak,
- emotional correctness,
- emotional deprivation
Origin of emote
Examples from the Web for emoting
On TV, emoting works a lot better, and so Julie here gets the job done.
But of course talking about all that is explaining, not emoting.
All of the emoting about “supporting the troops” cannot disguise this reality.
Emoting more, as critics have demanded, would not have plugged the damn hole.
"I'm sorry, madame," I said standing and walking over to where Tony was emoting, with the back of his hand pressed to his eyes.Tinker's Dam|Joseph Tinker
Word Origin for emote
1917, American English, back-formation from emotion. Related: Emoted; emoting.