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Abandoned

To be left completely and finally; forsaken utterly; deserted.

Accepted (Acceptance)

Generally approved; regarded as normal or right.

Affectionate (Affection)

Fond attachment, devotion or love.

Amazed (Amazement)

Greatly surprised; astounded; filled with wonder.

Ambivalent

Having mixed feelings about someone or something; being unable to choose between two (usually opposing) courses of action.

Amused (Amusement)

Pleasurably entertained, occupied or diverted.

Angry (Anger)

A strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence.

Annoyed (Annoyance)

Irritated, disturbed or bothered.

Antagonistic

Acting in opposition; hostile; unfriendly.

Anxious (Anxiety)

Mental distress; uneasiness; greatly worried.

Apathetic (Apathy)

Lack of interest or concern.

Appreciated (Appreciation)

Gratitude; thankful recognition.

Apprehensive

Uneasy or fearful about something that might happen.

Assured (Assurance)

Guaranteed; sure; certain; secure.

Attacked

To have unfavorable criticism directed against oneself; criticized severely; argued with strongly.

Awed (Awe)

Overwhelming feeling of reverence or admiration.

B

Bad-Tempered

To be cross; cranky; surly; ill-tempered.

Betrayed

To be disappointed in the hopes or expectations of something through the act of disloyalty or a violation of confidence.

Bewildered

Completely puzzled or confused; perplexed.

Blissful (Bliss)

Supreme happiness, utter joy or contentment.

Bored (Boredom)

Weary by dullness, tedious repetition or unwelcome attentions.

Brave

To possess or exhibit courage or courageous endurance.

Busy

To be actively and attentively engaged in work or a pastime; full of or characterized by activity; to be otherwise occupied.

C

Calm (Calmness)

Free from excitement; tranquil.

Caring

To be concerned or solicitous; have thought or regard.

Caustic

Severely critical or sarcastic:

Cheerful (Cheer)

Gladness, gaiety or animation.

Condemned

To express an unfavorable or adverse judgment on; indicate strong disapproval of; censure.

Comfortable

To be in a state of physical or mental comfort; contented and undisturbed; at ease.

Complaining

To express dissatisfaction, pain, uneasiness, censure, resentment, or grief; find fault.

Concentrating

To focus on something intensely.

Confident (Confidence)

Bold; certain of abilities; correctness; successfulness.

Confused (Confusion)

To perplex or bewilder; make unclear or indistinct.

Contempt (Contemptible)

Despise, dishonour, disgrace.

Content (Contentment)

Satisfied with what is; not wanting more or different.

Courageous (Courage)

Quality that enables a person to face difficulty, danger or pain.

Cruel

To willfully or knowingly causing pain or distress to others.

Crushed

Let down; disappointed.

D

Deciding

That which settles a question or dispute or leads to a final decision.

Defiled

To make foul, dirty, or unclean; pollute; taint; debase; to violate the chastity of; to sully, as a person's reputation.

Delighted (Delight)

High degree of pleasure, enjoyment, joy or rapture.

Desired (Desire)

To wish or long for; crave or want.

Desolate

Having the feeling of being abandoned by friends or by hope; forlorn.

Desperate (Desperation)

Having an urgent need or desire; leaving little or no hope.

Determined (Determination)

Resolute; staunch; decided; settled; resolved.

Difficult

Hard to please or satisfy; hard to persuade or induce; stubborn.

Disappointed (Disappointment)

Discouraged by the failure of one’s hopes or expectations.

Disenchanted

To feel rid of or free from enchantment, illusion, credulity; disillusion.

Disgusted (Disgust)

A strong distaste or loathing.

Disrespected (Disrespect)

Treat with contempt, discourtesy or rudeness.

Dreadful (Dread)

To fear greatly; reluctance to do, meet or experience.

Dreamy

Soothing; restful; quieting; wonderful; marvelous.

E

Ecstatic (Ecstasy)

State of sudden, intense and overpowering joy.

Embarrassed

Make uncomfortably self-conscious; disconcert; abash.

Enjoyment

A particular form or source of pleasure.

Enthusiastic (Enthusiasm)

Eager; fervent; zealous; passionate; impassioned.

Exasperated

To feel irritated or provoked to a high degree; annoyed extremely.

Exposed

Left or being without shelter or protection; vulnerable.

Excited

Stirred emotionally.

F

Fatigued

Tired; wearied.

Fearful (Fear)

Anticipation with a feeling of dread or alarm.

Feeble

Physically weak, as from age or sickness; frail; lacking in force, strength, or effectiveness.

Fierce

Furiously eager or intense.

Fine

To feel pleasant or unconcerned.

Frantic

Desperate or wild with excitement, passion, fear, pain; frenzied.

Free (Freedom)

Clear of obstructions or obstacles.

Friendly

Like a friend; kind; helpful.

Frightened

Thrown into a fright; afraid; scared; terrified.

Frustrated (Frustration)

Dissatisfied, disappointed or thwarted.

G

Gentle

Kind; moderate in disposition.

Giving

To be warm and open in relationships with other person; to be generous with others.

Glad (Gladness)

Feeling of delight, joy or pleasure.

Gloomy

Hopeless or despairing; pessimistic.

Grateful (Gratitude)

Appreciation; feeling of being thankful.

Grieved (Grief)

Keen mental suffering or distress; sharp sorrow.

Guarded

Cautious; careful; prudent.

Guilty (Guilt)

A feeling of responsibility or remorse for some offence.

H

Happy (Happiness)

Feeling delighted, pleased, glad or content.

Helpful

Giving or rendering aid or assistance; of service.

Hopeful (Hope)

Looking forward with desire and reasonable confidence.

Hopeless despair (Hopelessness)

Impossible to accomplish, solve or resolve.

Humbled (Humility)

Modest opinion or estimate of one’s own importance.

Hurried

Moving or working rapidly, especially forced or required to hurry, as a person.

Hurt

To feel or suffer mental pain or distress; offended.

I

Ignored

To not feel noticed or recognized.

Impatient

Not patient; not accepting delay, opposition, pain, etc., with calm or patience.

Impressed

To be deeply affected in mind or feelings; to be influenced in opinion.

Inadequate (Inadequacy)

Insufficient, inept or unsuitable.

Incensed

To be inflame with wrath; made angry; enraged.

Indignant

Feeling, characterized by, or expressing strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base.

Injured

To have been offended or distressed.

Insecure

Not confident or certain; uneasy; anxious.

Interested (Interest)

Having attention or curiosity engaged.

Irritated (Irritation)

Angered, provoked, or annoyed.

Isolated

Separated from other persons or things; alone; solitary.

J

Jaded

Dulled or satiated by overindulgence; worn out or wearied, as by overwork or overuse.

Jealous (Jealousy)

Feeling resentment due to another’s success or advantage.

Joking

To speak or act in a playful or merry way; to say something in fun or teasing rather than in earnest; be facetious.

Joyful (Joy)

Feeling of delight, pleasure, happiness or elation.

K

Kind

To have a good or benevolent nature or disposition, as a person.

Knowing

Shrewd, sharp, or astute.

L

Lackadaisical

Without interest, vigor, or determination; listless; lethargic.

Liked

To be regarded with favor.

Listening

To pay attention; to hear the concerns of others.

Loathsome (Loathing)

Strong dislike or disgust; intense aversion.

Lonely (Loneliness)

A depressing feeling of being alone.

Lost

Gone astray; distracted.

Loved (Love)

A feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection.

M

Mean

Offensive, selfish, or unaccommodating; nasty; malicious.

Merry

Full of cheerfulness or gaiety; joyous in disposition or spirit.

Miserable (Misery)

Mental or emotional distress; extreme unhappiness.

Moody

Given to gloomy, depressed, or sullen moods; ill-humored.

N

Neglected

To be paid no attention or too little attention to; disregarded or slighted; to be neglected by one's family; to be omitted, through indifference or carelessness.

Nervous (Nervousness)

Unnaturally or acutely uneasy or apprehensive.

O

Optimistic (Optimism)

Taking a favourable view and expecting a positive outcome.

Overwhelmed

To overcome completely in mind or feeling.

P

Peaceful (Peace)

A state of tranquility, serenity or harmony.

Playful

Full of play or fun.

Proud (Pride)

Having self-respect or self-esteem.

Puzzled

To be frustrated or confounded; perplexed.

Q

R

Rage (Enraged)

Extreme anger; infuriated.

Regretful (Regret)

Feeling a sense of loss, disappointment or dissatisfaction.

Rejected (Rejection)

To discard as useless or unsatisfactory.

Relaxed

Being free of or relieved from tension or anxiety.

Relieved (Relief)

Free from anxiety, fear or pain.

Remorseful (Remorse)

Deep and painful regret for wrongdoing.

Resentful (Resentment)

Feeling of displeasure or indignation.

Respected (Respect)

Condition of being esteemed or honoured.

Restless

Unquiet or uneasy, as a person, the mind, or the heart.

S

Sad (Sadness)

Sorrowful; affected by unhappiness or grief.

Safe

Free from hurt, injury, danger, or risk.

Satisfied (Satisfaction)

Content; fulfilled desires, expectations or needs.

Scared

To be filled, especially suddenly, with fear or terror; frightened; alarmed.

Scornful (Scorn)

Open or unqualified contempt or disdain.

Secure (Security)

Safe; free from danger or harm.

Sensitive

Having acute mental or emotional sensibility; aware of and responsive to the feelings of others.

Serene (Serenity)

Calm, peaceful or tranquil.

Serious

Of, showing, or characterized by deep thought; earnest; sincere.

Shame (Ashamed)

Dishonourable; improper; ridiculous; disgrace.

Shocked

To feel a sudden or violent disturbance of the mind, emotions, or sensibilities.

Shy

Bashful, slightly frightened.

Sulky

Gloomy or dull; result of being let down or disappointed.

Sure

Free from doubt; convinced; confident.

Surprised (Surprise)

Discover suddenly and unexpectedly.

Sympathetic (Sympathy)

Impulses of compassion and harmony.

T

Tearful

Sad.

Terrified (Terror)

To feel greatly afraid or alarmed.

Thinking

Rational; reflective.

Thrilled (Thrill)

A wave of emotion or excitement.

Touched

Emotionally moved or stirred.

Trapped

To feel stuck or immovable.

Triumphant (Triumph)

Exultation resulting from victory or joy over success.

Troubled

To be disturbed in the mental calm and contentment of; worried; distressed; agitated.

Trusted (Trust)

Reliance on the integrity, strength, ability or surety.

Trusting

Inclined to place trust in others.

U

Uncomfortable

To be in a state of discomfort; uneasy; conscious of stress or strain.

Understood (Understanding)

To grasp the significance, implications or importance of something.

Unfriendly

Not amicable; not friendly or kindly in disposition; unsympathetic; hostile.

Unhappy

Sad; miserable.

Unsure

Not certain or confident.

V

Vexed

Irritated; annoyed.

Vulnerable (Vulnerability)

Capable of being physically or emotionally wounded or hurt.

W

Warm

Characterized by or showing lively feelings, passions, emotions, sympathies, etc.

Weak

Not strong; liable to yield, break, or collapse under pressure or strain; fragile; frail.

Wonder

To be filled with admiration, amazement, or awe; marvel.

Worried

Concerned, anxious.

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