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English Result - Upper-intermediate - Unit 9 - 9D

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English Result - Upper-intermediate
feeling
[noun]
an emotional state or sensation that one experiences such as happiness, guilt, sadness, etc.
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ashamed
[adjective]
feeling embarrassed, guilty, or sorry about one's actions, characteristics, or circumstances
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delighted
[adjective]
feeling or showing great pleasure or happiness
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devastated
[adjective]
experiencing great shock or sadness
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moved
[adjective]
creating a strong or intense emotion within one, particularly sorrow or sympathy
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stunned
[adjective]
feeling so shocked or surprised that one is incapable of acting in a normal way
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tempted
[adjective]
***entice or try to entice (someone) to do something that they find attractive but know to be wrong or unwise
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surprised
[adjective]
feeling or showing shock or amazement
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astonished
[adjective]
feeling very surprised or impressed, especially because of an unexpected event
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astounded
[adjective]
greatly shocked or surprised
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to be attracted to sb
[phrase]
to feel a romantic or sexual interest toward a person
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remorseful
[adjective]
feeling sad and guilty, caused by one's sins or wrongdoing
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touched
[adjective]
deeply moved or emotionally affected by something, often in a positive or sentimental way
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pleased
[adjective]
feeling happy and satisfied with something that has happened or with someone's actions
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upset
[adjective]
feeling unhappy, worried, or disappointed, often because something unpleasant happened
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