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Study the word list: Emotion, negative

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Someone who is afraid is filled with fear or apprehension.
Someone who is angry feels strong annoyance or displeasure.
Someone who is annoyed feels slight anger or impatience.
Someone who is confused is unable to think with clarity.
Someone who is disappointed feels displeasure at a failure to fulfil an expectation.
Someone who is furious feels very angry, perhaps violently so.
Someone who is grouchy feels annoyed or irritable.
Someone who is jealous feels painfully desirous of another's advantages.
Someone who is possessive is controlling or dominating.
Someone who is regretful feels sorrow or a sense of loss over something.
Someone who is sad feels sorrow or unhappiness.
Someone who is scared feels fear and apprehension.
Someone who is sorrowful experiences great unhappiness.
Someone who is speechless is temporarily incapable of speaking, perhaps due to shock or excitement.
Someone who is embarrassed feels uncomfortable due to shame or wounded pride.

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