emote emote


  • (v) give expression or emotion to, in a stage or movie role

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  1. They breathe, they emote, and sometimes they get cuckolded by their sultry wives.
  2. It rarely editorializes; it doesn't emote or orate.
  3. She is not a very good speaker, especially in big rooms where the need to emote exposes a harshness in her voice.


  • Voice-over lessons convince columnist to keep his day job

    There may be jobs aplenty for those with a good set of pipes, but learning to emote about Del Taco's classic combo or cheap car insurance is harder than it sounds On my first trip to Valley Village, I was thinking up excuses to turn around and go home.        
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times


  1. "I've always felt like the biggest difference is he's just an adult man," Fisher said. "You think differently, you emote differently, you're a man. Growth in your own life will continue to give you a broader and sometimes brighter...
    on Jun 3, 2008 By: Derek Fisher Source: USA Today

  2. Commenting about her Telugu film industry experience, Amrita said: "It was wonderful to do well there, as it is a male-dominated industry. It was a different and interesting experience. For instance, it was challenging to emote the right way on...
    on Jan 14, 2008 By: Amrita Rao Source: Sify

  3. "If there is a narrative at all within the sequence that you're scoring, then in a way, the narrator can explain the story. But he can't really emote the story," Fenton explains. "The music has to do that. There's something less reserved...
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: George Fenton Source: Business Gazette

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