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  • How do you feel?
    Happy – I want to make you happy!
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  • How do you feel?
    Afraid – I hope I can find the one who is afraid for losing me.
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  • How do you feel?
    Sad – This music always makes me sad.
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  • How do you feel?
    Hot/Sweaty – She was hot and sweat dripped into her eyes.
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  • How do you feel?
    Amused – I could see she was highly amused.
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  • How do you feel?
    Bored – The boys were getting bored.
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  • How do you feel?
    Anxious – He was anxious to preserve his reputation.
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  • How do you feel?
    Confident – I am confident of my future.
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  • How do you feel?
    Cold – She felt cold in her flimsy dress.
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  • How do you feel?
    Suspicious – I’m very suspicious about her motives.
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  • How do you feel?
    Surprised – She was very surprised when she saw me.
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  • How do you feel?
    Loving – She was a warm and loving mother.
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  • How do you feel?
    Curious – I’m curious to know what she said.
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  • How do you feel?
    Envious – She was envious of her sister’s beauty.
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  • How do you feel?
    Jealous – Why are you so jealous of his success?
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  • How do you feel?
    Miserable – She looked rather strained and miserable.
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  • How do you feel?
    Confused – I’m totally confused. Could you explain that again?
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  • How do you feel?
    Stupid – She was really stupid to quit her job like that.
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  • How do you feel?
    Angry – He changed his mind, which made me very angry.
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  • How do you feel?
    Sick – She was very sympathetic when I was sick.
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  • How do you feel?
    Ashamed – You should be ashamed of yourself.
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  • How do you feel?
    Withdrawn – She became withdrawn and pensive, hardly speaking to anyone.
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  • How do you feel?
    Indifferent – I pretended to be indifferent to it.
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  • How do you feel?
    Sorry – I’m sorry, but I’m busy right now.
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  • How do you feel?
    Determined – He was determined to retrieve his honor.
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  • How do you feel?
    Bashful – The boy was too bashful to ask her to dance.
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  • How do you feel?
    Enraged – She was enraged at the injustice of the remark.
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  • How do you feel?
    Shy – The child was shy and hid behind his mother.
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  • How do you feel?
    Hopeful – I am hopeful that she will come tomorrow.
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  • How do you feel?
    Stubborn – He is a stubborn character used to getting his own way.
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  • How do you feel?
    Thirsty – I often feel thirsty when it’s very hot.
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  • How do you feel?
    Embarrassed – She felt embarrassed under his steady gaze.
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  • How do you feel?
    Disgusted – I am completely disgusted with her.
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  • How do you feel?
    Proud – He is too proud to see his own mistake.
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  • How do you feel?
    Tired/Exhausted – Are you tired after your labours?
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  • How do you feel?
    Relieved – I am relieved to hear that this isn’t true.
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  • How do you feel?
    Sleepy – I was so sleepy, I couldn’t keep my eyes open.
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  • How do you feel?
    Excited – What are you so excited about?
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  • How do you feel?
    Joyful – She was joyful of her good result of the scientific experiments.
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  • How do you feel?
    Pained/Hurt – She was pained when you refused her invitation
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  • How do you feel?
    Hungry – I’m hungry – let’s have lunch.
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