Adjectives help express the tone, feelings, and emotions …
Sometimes it’s hard to explain exactly how you feel.
This is a list of adjectives that helps you describe exactly feelings and emotions:
- Happy – I want to make you happy!
- Afraid – I hope I can find the one who is afraid of losing me.
- Sad – She was sad to see him go.
- Hot – She was hot and breathless from the exertion of cycling uphill.
- Amused – The patient was amused at the music.
- Bored – It was a cold, wet day and the children were bored.
- Anxious – He was anxious to preserve his reputation.
- Confident – I’m confident about our victory.
- Cold – I’m cold. Turn the heating up.
- Suspicious – I think they’re starting to get suspicious.
- Surprised – She was surprised by the book’s success.
- Curious – I was curious to find out what she had said.
- Envious – She was envious of her sister’s beauty.
- Jealous – I was jealous of Mary’s new bicycle.
- Miserable – I have had a miserable life.
- Confused – People are confused about all the different labels on food these days.
- Stupid – He is as stupid as a donkey.
- Angry – Karen had seldom seen him so angry.
- Sick – She was very sympathetic when I was sick.