Feelings in English / Different Ways To Say How You Feel





HOW DO YOU FEEL TODAY?

( FEELING  WORDS / DIFFERENT WAYS TO SAY HOW YOU FEEL )

Feeling words; positive, negative feelings, etc. Please follow the list for feeling words;




A
B
C
D
amazing bored confident delighted
accepting boiling cheerful devoted
animated brave courageous determined
at ease bold calm daring
affectionate blessed comfortable dynamic
attracted bright clever disappointed
admiration bitter content discouraged
affected boiling certain diminished
absorbed bad  considerate dissatisfied
anxious   close detestable
annoyed   comforted despicable
aggressive   concerned disgusting
ashamed   curious doubtful
abominable   challenged disillusioned
alone   confident distrustful
alarmed   cross despair
afflicted   cowardly distressed
aching   crushed dominated
alienated     dull
anguish     disinterested
absorbed     deprived
a sense of loss     dejected
alarmed     dismayed
agonized     desperate
appalled     desolate
anguish      
E
F
G
H
easy free great hopeful
ecstatic fortunate gay hardy
elated festive gleeful hostile
energetic frisky glad hateful
encouraged fascinated guilty hesitant
engrossed fuming grieved heartbroken
eager fatigued grief humiliated
earnest forced    
excited frustrated    
enthusiastic fearful    
enraged frightened    
embarressed      
empty      
I
J
K
L
interested joyous kind lucky
important jubilant keen liberated
impulsive     loving
intrigued     loved
inquisitive     lousy
intent     lost
inspired     lifeless
irritated     lonely
insulting      
inflamed      
incensed      
infruated      
indignant      
in despair      
in love      
indecisive      
incapable      
inferior      
in a stew      
insensitive      
injured      
M
N
O
P
merry nosy overjoyed playful
miserable nonchalant optimistic provocative
misgiving neutral offensive pleased
menaced nervous offended passionate
mournful     peaceful
      provoked
      powerless
      perplexed
      pessimistic
      paralyzed
      pathetic
      preoccupied
      panic
      pained
Q
R
S
T
quiet reliable sympathetic thankful
quaking receptive satisfied thrilled
  relaxed sunny tender
  reassured spirited touched
  re-enforced surprised tenacious
  rebellious serene terrible
  resentful sensitive tense
  repugnant sympathy tragic
  reserved snoopy terrified
  restless sure timid
  rejected secure threatened
    sore tormented
    sulky tortured
    shy tearful
    stupefied  
    skeptical  
    suspicious  
    scared  
    shaky  
    sorrowful  
U
V
W
 
understanding vulnerable wonderful  
unique victimized warm  
unpleasant   woeful  
upset   weary  
uncertain   worried  
unbelieving   wary  
unsure   wronged  
uneasy      
useless      
unhappy      

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