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Feeling Words & Emotion Words

3/02/2021
feeling words and emotion words

There are many times when you may want to talk about how you are feeling, or maybe describe how someone else is feeling. For this reason, it is necessary to be able to talk about various emotions in English.

    Words to Describe Emotions and Feelings

    You may need to understand the names of those feelings in situations where someone is explaining to you how they feel, and by being able to recognize what they are saying, you will be better at helping them.

    List of Feeling Words & Emotion Words

    Learn useful feeling words and emotion words to improve your vocabulary in English.

    Feeling Words for Satisfy/Pleasant Feelings

    Happy Feeling Words

    thankful great
    important gay
    festive joyous
    ecstatic lucky
    satisfied fortunate
    glad delighted
    cheerful overjoyed
    sunny gleeful
    merry jubilant
    elated

    Definitive Feeling Words

    understanding
    confident
    reliable
    easy
    amazed
    free
    sympathetic
    interested
    satisfied
    receptive
    accepting
    kind

    Fearless Feeling Words

    playful
    courageous
    energetic
    liberated
    optimistic
    provocative
    impulsive
    free
    frisky
    animated
    spirited
    thrilled
    wonderful

    Serenity Feeling Words

    calm surprised
    peaceful content
    at ease quiet
    comfortable certain
    pleased relaxed
    encouraged serene
    clever free and easy
    bright blessed
    reassured

    Love Feeling Words

    loving attracted
    considerate passionate
    affectionate admiration
    sensitive warm
    tender touched
    devoted sympathy
    close

    Interested Feeling Words

    concerned
    affected
    fascinated
    intrigued
    absorbed
    inquisitive
    nosy
    snoopy
    engrossed
    curious

    Positive Feeling Words

    anxious eager
    inspired keen
    determined earnest
    excited intent
    enthusiastic daring
    bold challenged
    brave

    Strong Feeling Words

    impulsive unique
    free dynamic
    sure tenacious
    certain hardy
    rebellious secure

    Feeling Words for Difficult/Unpleasant Feelings

    Angry Feeling Words

    irritated aggressive
    enraged resentful
    hostile inflamed
    insulting provoked
    sore incensed
    annoyed infuriated
    upset cross
    hateful worked up
    unpleasant boiling
    offensive fuming
    bitter indignant

    Depression Feeling Words

    lousy repugnant
    disappointed despicable
    discouraged disgusting
    ashamed abominable
    powerless terrible
    diminished in despair
    guilty sulky
    dissatisfied bad
    miserable a sense of loss
    detestable

    Confused Feeling Words

    doubtful unbelieving
    uncertain skepical
    indecisive distrustful
    perplexed misgiving
    embarrassed lost
    hesitant unsure
    shy uneasy
    stupefied pessimistic
    disillusioned tense

    Helpless Feeling Words

    incapable hesitant
    alone despair
    paralyzed frustrated
    fatigued distressed
    useless woeful
    inferior pathetic
    vulnerable tragic
    empty in a stew
    forced dominated

    Indifferent Feeling Words

    insensitive
    dull
    nonchalant
    neutral
    reserved
    weary
    bored
    preoccupied
    cold
    disinterested
    lifeless

    Hurt Feeling Words

    crushed aching
    tormented victimized
    deprived heartbroken
    pained agonized
    tortured appalled
    dejected humiliated
    rejected wronged
    injured alienated
    offended afflicted

    Afraid Feeling Words

    fearful timid
    terrified shaky
    suspicious restless
    anxious doubtful
    alarmed threatened
    panic cowardly
    nervous quaking
    scared menaced
    worried wary
    frightened

    Sad Feeling Words

    tearful pessimistic
    sorrowful unhappy
    pained lonely
    grief grieved
    anguish mournful
    desolate dismayed
    desperate

    Feeling words help to describe what’s happening inside our mind and bodies. You can use a list of feeling words to help explain emotions to learn different words for different emotions. You can improve your vocabulary in English.