Feelings and emotions are very similar; however, emotions tend to refer to that which is not tangible, while feelings tend to be more tangible.
Sometimes it’s hard to exactly describe your feelings or emotions.
Here is a list of adjectives to help you narrow down exactly what word best expresses your current emotional state.
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- 1 Describe Someone’s Feelings and Emotions
- 1.1 Happy
- 1.2 Afraid
- 1.3 Sad
- 1.4 Hot
- 1.5 Amused
- 1.6 Bored
- 1.7 Anxious
- 1.8 Confident
- 1.9 Cold
- 1.10 Suspicious
- 1.11 Surprised
- 1.12 Loving
- 1.13 Curious
- 1.14 Envious
- 1.15 Jealous
- 1.16 Miserable
- 1.17 Confused
- 1.18 Stupid
- 1.19 Angry
- 1.20 Sick
- 1.21 Ashamed
- 1.22 Withdrawn
- 1.23 Indifferent
- 1.24 Sorry
- 1.25 Determined
- 1.26 Crazy
- 1.27 Bashful
- 1.28 Depressed
- 1.29 Enraged
- 1.30 Frightened
- 1.31 Interested
- 1.32 Shy
- 1.33 Hopeful
- 1.34 Regretful
- 1.35 Scared
- 1.36 Stubborn
- 1.37 Thirsty
- 1.38 Guilty
- 1.39 Nervous
- 1.40 Embarrassed
- 1.41 Disgusted
- 1.42 Proud
- 1.43 Ecstatic
- 1.44 Lonely
- 1.45 Frustrated
- 1.46 Hurt
- 1.47 Hungry
- 1.48 Tired
- 1.49 Smug
- 1.50 Thoughtful
- 1.51 Pained
- 1.52 Optimistic
- 1.53 Relieved
- 1.54 Puzzled
- 1.55 Shocked
- 1.56 Joyful
- 1.57 Sleepy
- 1.58 Excited
- 1.59 Skeptical
- 1.60 Bad
- 1.61 Worried
- 2 Feelings and Emotions Adjectives | Picture 1
- 3 Feelings and Emotions Vocabulary| Picture 2
- 4 Feelings and Emotions Adjectives | Picture 3
Describe Someone’s Feelings and Emotions
– I want to make you happy!
– I hope I can find the one who is afraid for losing me.
– This music always makes me sad.
– She was hot and sweat dripped into her eyes.
– I could see she was highly amused.
– The boys were getting bored.
– He was anxious to preserve his reputation.
– I am confident of my future.
– She felt cold in her flimsy dress.
– I’m very suspicious about her motives.
– She was very surprised when she saw me.
– She was a warm and loving mother.
– I’m curious to know what she said.
– She was envious of her sister’s beauty.
– Why are you so jealous of his success?
– She looked rather strained and miserable.
– I’m totally confused. Could you explain that again?
– She was really stupid to quit her job like that.
– He changed his mind, which made me very angry.
– She was very sympathetic when I was sick.
– You should be ashamed of yourself.
– She became withdrawn and pensive, hardly speaking to anyone.
– I pretended to be indifferent to it.
– I’m sorry, but I’m busy right now.
– He was determined to retrieve his honor.
– You’re crazy to go out in this weather.
– The boy was too bashful to ask her to dance.
– He began to feel depressed and helpless.
– She was enraged at the injustice of the remark.
– The child is frightened by the ugly man.
– I’ve always been interested in music.
– The child was shy and hid behind his mother.
– I am hopeful that she will come tomorrow.
– He is regretful for what he has done.
– I was scared of the big dog.
– He is a stubborn character used to getting his own way.
– I often feel thirsty when it’s very hot.
– I feel so guilty, leaving all this to you.
– I was too nervous to eat.
– She felt embarrassed under his steady gaze.
– I am completely disgusted with her.
– He is too proud to see his own mistake.
– Annie was ecstatic about the idea.
– I live all alone but I never feel lonely.
– They felt frustrated at the lack of progress.
– She was very hurt by his unkind words.
– I’m hungry – let’s have lunch.
– Are you tired after your labours?
– She was very smug and self-satisfied about getting the promotion.
– She’s a very kind and thoughtful person.
– She was pained when you refused her invitation.
– She is optimistic about her chances of winning a gold medal.
– I am relieved to hear that this isn’t true.
– You look very puzzled about something.
– His mother was shocked at the news.
– She was joyful of her good result of the scientific experiments.
– I was so sleepy, I couldn’t keep my eyes open.
– What are you so excited about?
– I am rather skeptical about their professed sympathy for the poor.
– I feel bad about the mistake.
– I’m worried about my husband’s health.