Poems make use of the aesthetic qualities of language to suggest differential meanings and to evoke emotive responses.
Your story is an interesting piece of anecdotal evidence, and evidence that is written to achieve an emotive response, thereby negating its potential value.
They are capable of emotive response, but show little desire except to fulfill their mandates.
Only a reader response, basically an emotive response, is legitimate.
Roberta's highly emotive response to the aftermath of the meld was becoming uncomfortably personal, particularly in front of McCoy and the others.
These become vehicles by which an idea is conveyed with immediacy - the power of the symbol for evoking an emotional and emotive response.
Vaintè went through the sheets slowly, her limbs moving in emotive response as she did.
Poetry uses forms and conventions to suggest differential interpretation to words, or to evoke emotive responses.
Just the name St Vincent and the Grenadines evokes an emotive response with visions of exotic, idyllic island life.
Facials may include dramatic representations of smiling, frowning, looks of surprise, or other emotive responses.