[ UK /ˌə‍ʊvəɹɪmˈə‍ʊʃənə‍l/ ]
  1. excessively or abnormally emotional
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How To Use overemotional In A Sentence

  • Girls are sweet, well-behaved, self-sacrificing, passive, submissive, overemotional, and, above all, attractive.
  • I know nothing of my mom, and all of my dad's friends are so overemotional.
  • The problem is that you are a neurotic, overemotional fool. Times, Sunday Times
  • You don't become the fastest man in the world by being overemotional. Times, Sunday Times
  • He's mature enough to learn from bad performances, rather than becoming overemotional.
  • How does your character act? Is he irrationally, overemotional, and reactive? Does he have low self-esteem and believe himself to have little self-worth?
  • It's not that one way's better than the other, but I do help women to realize that it doesn't help when you're overemotional.
  • Ah, well, I guess I'm just an overemotional little woman.
  • The magazine shows you these crazy, overemotional females who are angry, who are fragile, over and over again. Times, Sunday Times
  • Anyone who objects is an 'overemotional prude'. Times, Sunday Times
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