Feeling Words

Feeling Words: 100+ Useful Words for Talking about Feeling Good or Bad

Feeling Words in English!!! In this lesson, you’ll learn a list of feeling words (emotion words) to describe how you’re feeling. This list will help young children build strong social emotional skills by using these feeling words to express their emotions.

Feeling Words in English

The following list contains common English adjectives that are often used to describe the positive and negative emotions of a person.

Positive Feelings

  • Admirable
  • Energetic
  • Lucky (Synonyms for Lucky)
  • Affable
  • Enjoyable
  • Brave
  • Magnificent
  • Affectionate
  • Enthusiastic
  • Marvelous
  • Agreeable
  • Euphoric
  • Meritorious
  • Amazing
  • Excellent
  • Gentle
  • Merry
  • Amiable
  • Exceptional
  • Mild-mannered
  • Amused
  • Excited
  • Nice
  • Amusing
  • Animated
  • Appreciative
  • Fabulous
  • Faithful
  • Obedient
  • Passionate
  • Fantastic
  • Peaceful
  • Fortunate
  • Pleasant
  • Fun
  • Brilliant
  • Genuine
  • Glad
  • Calm
  • Good
  • Proud
  • Charming
  • Relaxed
  • Cheerful
  • Good-natured
  • Reliable
  • Cheery
  • Relieved
  • Respectable
  • Witty
  • Clever
  • Grateful
  • Comfortable
  • Silly
  • Great
  • Happy
  • Kind
  • Confident
  • Humorous
  • Thankful
  • Courteous
  • Delighted
  • Lively
  • Jolly
  • Trustworthy
  • Delightful
  • Trusty
  • Joyful
  • Truthful
  • Eager
  • Likable
  • Wonderful

Negative Feelings

  • Angry
  • Bewildered
  • Clumsy
  • Defeated
  • Embarrassed
  • Fierce
  • Grumpy
  • Helpless
  • Itchy
  • Jealous
  • Boastful
  • Mysterious
  • Nervous
  • Arrogant
  • Boring
  • Obnoxious
  • Panicky
  • Repulsive
  • Scary (Scared Synonym)
  • Impatient
  • Bossy
  • Cruel
  • Aggressive
  • Narrow-minded
  • Horrific
  • Unhappy
  • Greedy
  • Fussy
  • Moody
  • Clingy
  • Impulsive
  • Sad
  • Miserable
  • Overcritical
  • Rude

Examples of Feeling Words

  • Beyton is an admirable character.
  • We had a most enjoyable evening.
  • She was very brave to learn to ski at fifty.
  • The Capitol is a magnificent building.
  • The teaching staff of this college is excellent.
  • It is nice and warm today.
  • If you are passionate about something, pursue it.
  • Evening in the country is a very peaceful time.
  • Her mother was a brilliant scientist.
  • The hotel had a lovely relaxed atmosphere.
  • Consumers are very nervous about the future.
  • He is not only arrogant but also selfish.
  • Her eyes were cruel and hard.
  • It was evident that she was unhappy.
  • That’s a rude thing to say.
  • I’ll invite her if you’re agreeable to her coming.
  • He was praised for his meritorious service as governor-general.
  • Students are expected to be quiet and obedient in the classroom.
  • He could not imagine a more peaceful scene.
  • There was quite a respectable crowd at the match on Saturday.
  • Can you engage that all his statements are trustworthy?
  • She wondered who’d sent her the mysterious email.
  • I’ve been so miserable since Patrick left me.
  • He is the most obnoxious man I know.
  • He is so boastful, so ready to justify himself.

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List of Feeling Words in English

Feeling Words

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