Emotive Language

Language which is charged with emotion e.g. love, hate, fear etc. Sometimes associated with inferior poetry - especially that produced by angst-ridden teenagers.
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Emotive Language

language deliberately designed to arouse the emotions. (often to be found in tabloid newspapers) e.g. murderers described as 'beasts' or people who might have unusual views on something being described as 'raving lunatics' etc.
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emotive language

Words used deliberately to create an emotional impact or response. Emotive language is particularly common in poetry, in which language is at its most condensed and evocative
Found on http://www.talktalk.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0038873.html
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