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Tone Words

Tone words...mhs mid term mr ramirez

Tone WordsDefinition
apathetic feeling or showing a lack of concern or interest; indifferent
apalled struck with fear
audacious fearless, often recklessly daring
awed inspired by a feeling of wonderment;
benevolent doing good; of concerned with; organized for the benefit of charity
candid informal or natural; caught off guard
contemptuous feeling contempt or scornful
condenscending displaying a patronizingly superior attitude
dejected being in low spirits; depressed
demoralized made less hopeful; looking for work
didatic intended to instruct;
ecstatic joyful or enraptured state
facetious jocular, humerous, sarcasm
frantic widley excited; frenzied
incensed angered at something
ironic constituting irony
irrelevant lacking respect; disrespectable
melancholic affected with sadness
mordant harshly iron or sinister
mundane secular, ordinary, relating to world
provocative tending to provoke; stimulate
superficial shallow; only conserned with what is obvious
seething in constant agitation
tranquil calm; free from comotion
vexed to annoy
Created by: LiSamF