emotional person

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Noun1.emotional person - a person subject to strong states of emotionemotional person - a person subject to strong states of emotion
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
captive - a person held in the grip of a strong emotion or passion
spitfire - a highly emotional and quick-tempered person (especially a girl or woman)
unemotional person, stoic - someone who is seemingly indifferent to emotions
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Yeng, who's set to release her sixth studio album, 'Synesthesia,' later this year, added: 'I'm a very emotional person.
We'd just had our second daughter and, you know, I'm a super sensitive, emotional person, so I think I was probably wide-open when I read the script," he said.
I swore I wasn't going to let anyone see me crying, I'm quite an emotional person and I did have a good cry but I'm not embarrassed about it.
He opened up about how he's become a more emotional person since becoming a father in March.
20 (ANI): If you are a really emotional person, then this news might be really important for you.
She is an emotional person and busy with friends until a calamity strikes home," said Krishna.
I'm normally not an emotional person but it's been hard to acknowledge and accept everything that's happened.
I'm not an emotional person normally, but when he started talking it was just overwhelming.
I'm not really an emotional person but the letter announcing my OBE almost brought me to tears - for the first time I actually reflected on what I've achieved with AIS.
For instance, Abraham Lincoln (who nearly always leads when Americans are polled on who they believe to be the greatest US President) was considered to be a particularly emotional person.
The Grail Path guides the creative and emotional person through a mystical transformation that calms the emotions and brings clarity to the mind.