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arrogant unpleasantly proud and behaving as if you are more important than, or know more than, other people
desperate needing or wanting something very much; feeling that you have no hope because of a bad situation
forceful expressing opinions strongly and demanding attention or action
light-hearted happy, carefree, and not serious
optimistic feeling hopeful and emphasizing the good part of a situation rather than the bad part; believing that good things will happen in the future
remorseful feeling guilty over a wrong one has done
self-pitying expressing sadness for yourself because you think you have a lot of problems or have suffered a lot
surprised a feeling when something has happened that you did not expect
scornful expressing a very great lack of respect for someone or something that you think is stupid or worthless
evasive acting in a way to avoid something or someone
ambivalent having two opposing feelings at the same time, or being uncertain about how you feel
bitter expressing anger, hate, or unhappiness because they cannot forget bad things which happened in the past
confused unable to understand something or to think clearly
dramatic very sudden or noticeable, or full of action and excitement
hesitant to not do something immediately or quickly because you are nervous or not certain
loving showing a lot of affection towards someone or something
outspoken expressing strong opinions very directly without worrying if other people are offended
respectful showing admiration, politeness, or honor for someone or something
solemn serious and without any amusement
sympathetic describes someone who shows, especially by what they say, that they understand and care about someone's suffering OR agreeing with or supporting
admiring showing respect and approval of someone or their behavior, or to find someone or something attractive and pleasant to look at
amused showing that you think something is funny or entertaining
chatty liking to talk a lot in a friendly, informal way
contemptuous expressing a strong feeling of combined dislike and lack of respect
indignant angry because of something which is wrong or not fair
matter-of-fact not showing feelings or emotion, sticking to facts
positive hopeful and confident, or giving cause for hope and confidence; considering the good side of a situation
revengeful wanting harm done to someone as a punishment for harm that they have done to someone else
sorrowful very sad
critical saying that someone or something is bad or wrong
compassionate feeling sympathy and sadness for the suffering or bad luck of others and having a desire to help them
vindictive having or showing a desire to harm someone because you think that they have harmed you; unwilling to forgive
anxious worried and nervous OR eager to do something
comic making you want to laugh; amusing
cynical believing that people are only interested in themselves and are not sincere
fearful/frightened scared or worried about something dangerous, painful or bad happening
irreverent lacking the expected respect for official, important or holy things
mocking when you laugh at someone or something in an unkind way and/or looking down upon something
regretful expressing a feeling of sadness about something sad or wrong or about a mistake that you have made, and a wish that it could have been different and better
supportive showing agreement and giving encouragement
Created by: rnaquin



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