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argument

argument

/ˈɑɹɡjəmənt/
noun
a discussion, typically a serious one, between two or more people with different views
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His insurance company disputes the core argument of his casethat the damage was done by hail.

The drivers got out, and an argument arose between them, but then a policeman arrived.

The budget team was outraged and an argument broke out in the White House Situation Room.

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to complain

to complain

/kəmˈpɫeɪn/
verb
to express one's annoyance, unhappiness, or dissatisfaction about something
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Google soon found out when entire countries as well as individual citizens complained.

Then tell us, what are you people complaining about?'

Bessie had complained about me. '

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nervous

nervous

/ˈnɝvəs/
adjective
(of a feeling or reaction) caused by anticipation or anxiety
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Since most speculators are nervous about where they invest their money, bubbles are by no means the norm.

Are you nervous about your new life?' '

So I always got very nervous

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pleased

pleased

/ˈpɫizd/
adjective
feeling happy or satisfied; showing pleasure and satisfaction
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But I am pleased to hear about Hayes - he was always a bad man.

I don't like him, but I'm pleased about the boy.'

If my sister has been able to find a happiness inside her, then I fill pleased for her.

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scared

scared

/ˈskɛɹd/
adjective
feeling fear; afraid or frightened of something or someone
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And I get scared

I'm waiting and I got scared.

I'm so scared.

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stress

stress

/ˈstɹɛs/
noun
(psychology) a mental state of worry caused by physical or emotional tension
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Maurice and Richard McDonald made a lot of money with their restaurant, but they grew tired of the stresses of ownership.

It increases levels of stress hormones and disrupts the body's normal metabolism.

That can bring on some stress,

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surprised

surprised

/səˈpɹaɪzd/, /sɝˈpɹaɪzd/
adjective
feeling or showing surprise or wonder
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Many people are surprised to learn that researchers have discovered a single treatment that has many benefits.

Bob was surprised. '

The boss wasn't surprised. '

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worried

worried

/ˈwɝid/
adjective
feeling unhappy and afraid because of something that has happened or that might happen
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Yusuf was worried, 'Will I do well?

Saladin said, 'I'm sure that you're worried about your wife in these difficult times.

Saladin's treasurers were worried. '

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amazed

amazed

/əˈmeɪzd/
adjective
feeling or displaying great surprise
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I asked, amazed. '

I'm amazed.

I wasn't amazed with anything I came across, but there were some that were nice.

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annoyed

annoyed

/əˈnɔɪd/
adjective
being angry to some extent
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However, he grew more and more annoyed as he watched his wife's delighted face.

I make that joke all the time to my hearing friends when they're so annoyed with any noise.

You might be pretty annoyed at movie theaters right now, but it's not an easy business.

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disappointed

disappointed

/ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪnɪd/, /ˌdɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd/
adjective
not being satisfied with something, especially because you expected otherwise
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But he never said anything, and she always turned sadly away like a disappointed child.

One of the biggest complaints about the movie was how the ASL was.. (disappointed shrug)

- I definitely felt like, really disappointed, a little bit angry at that point as well.

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embarrassed

embarrassed

/ɪmˈbɛɹəst/
adjective
feeling ashamed or uncomfortable, particularly when being with others
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If that happened to me,' I thought, 'I would be so embarrassed!'

It didn't really make me feel embarrassed about anything so much.

And the cop was so embarrassed by it

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exhausted

exhausted

/ɪɡˈzɔstɪd/
adjective
extremely tired
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I was so exhausted every day, and now I am not nearly as exhausted as I once was.

These recruits are physically and mentally exhausted.

I am very, very, very exhausted.

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emotion

emotion

/ˈiˌmoʊʃən/, /ɪˈmoʊʃən/
noun
a strong feeling such as love, anger, etc.
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And we often let emotion affect our judgment.

What do I know of tastes, ideas, emotions?' '

It was a look of many emotions surprise, sadness, pity.

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excitement

excitement

/ɪkˈsaɪtmənt/
noun
a feeling of much enthusiasm and happiness
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They generate excitement with their lively chatter.

Cathy was wild with excitement.

Find your excitement elsewhere, please.

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frightened

frightened

/ˈfɹaɪtənd/
adjective
feeling afraid or anxious
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He was very frightened and he said to Harry, 'What are you doing?

He was very frightened and jumped out of bed, shouting, "We've hit land!"

I was too frightened to move, but two big girls pushed me towards him.

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grateful

grateful

/ˈɡɹeɪtfəɫ/
adjective
displaying or expressing thanks because someone has done something for one
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I am grateful for your kindness.

I hope she will be grateful for this opportunity to improve her character.

And I'm really very grateful to have a home, and work to do.

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keen

keen

/ˈkin/
adjective
(of senses) sharp and highly-developed
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And those who are eating them are really keen for you to know about it.

Governments are going to be very keen in certain priority sector on shoring their supply.

But it doesn’t look like Borelopelta was too keen on conifers.

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phobia

phobia

/ˈfoʊbiə/
noun
a great fear of an object or situation that is irrational
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I have, like, a phobia of balloons popping.

If you have a phobia, that's considered an anxiety disorder too.

and the switches maybe related to some phobias.

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pleasure

pleasure

/ˈpɫɛʒɝ/
noun
a feeling of great enjoyment and happiness
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"My pleasure," says Madame Dupont.

And if I can't have happiness, I want pleasure, even if it's wrong.'

'Pleasure may taste bitter, sir.' '

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aggressive

aggressive

/əˈɡɹɛsɪv/
adjective
behaving in an angry way and having a tendency to be violent
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"You're sounding like an illiberal liberal "promoting extremist aggressive cosmopolitanism.

Cadets attempt to subdue an aggressive assailant and apply handcuffs.

Again, they give the car that aggressive sporty vibe buyers can't find in a factory Tesla.

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alarmed

alarmed

/əˈɫɑɹmd/
adjective
frightened or worried because something unpleasant or dangerous is about to happen
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Other scientists were alarmed.

Middle Eastern Arab nations were alarmed.

" She's kind of alarmed, she's like, "Are you with adults?

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amazement

amazement

/əˈmeɪzmənt/
noun
a feeling of extreme surprise or wonder
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I was so hurt by her amazement that tears came to my eyes. '

But it's a childlike amazement that fuels us to ask.

See this amazement right here.

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anxiety

anxiety

/æŋˈzaɪəti/
noun
a feeling of nervousness or worry that one might have about an uncertain outcome in the future
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This status anxiety fuels the ambition needed to reach for success.

I had a huge anxiety attack a couple weeks ago, and

I had lots of anxiety over it and I felt like I was gonna die alone.

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anxious

anxious

/ˈæŋkʃəs/, /ˈæŋʃəs/
adjective
feeling nervous or worried because of thinking something unpleasant might happen
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Louisa was as anxious as Sissy was to hear his answer.

I do get anxious a lot.

And I would just get so anxious.

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ashamed

ashamed

/əˈʃeɪmd/
adjective
feeling embarrassed or sorry about a characteristic or about having done something wrong
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Peter felt ashamed.

I do not know if I am sorry, or if I am ashamed.

'You should be ashamed of yourself, coming here, saying these things!

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astonished

astonished

/əˈstɑnɪʃt/
adjective
feeling very surprised or impressed, especially because of an unexpected event
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And so the diaries are line by line a succession of astonished awakenings.

The astonished doctor asks me: Mr Allétru, why don't you attend occupational therapy anymore ?"

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awkward

awkward

/ˈɑkwɝd/, /ˈɔkwɝd/
adjective
making one feel embarrassed or uncomfortable
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So, that was incredibly awkward.

And it was...awkward.

It can feel awkward and then it's over.

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boredom

boredom

/ˈbɔɹdəm/
noun
the quality of being boring; the state of being bored
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Or die of boredom.

Boredom alone, of course, is not a sleep-inducing state.

Because there's boredom.

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curious

curious

/ˈkjʊɹiəs/
adjective
unusual or strange in a way that is unexpected
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Google itself offers a curious explanation: PigeonRank.

I was curious to see the gipsy.

So, I didn't use the VRI computer, although I'm kind of curious about it.

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rage

rage

/ˈɹeɪdʒ/
noun
great anger that is hard to contain
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Mostly on an interstate, because that's the perfect time, perfect place to have road rage.

And it's just, it's rage.

Jews accused City Hall of ordering police to back off to let rioters vent their rage.

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