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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 34

Here you will learn some English words about feelings, such as "content", "agitated", "desolate", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
absorbed
[adjective]
paying much attention to something or someone that makes one unaware of other things
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inquisitive
[adjective]
having a desire to learn many different things and asks many questions to gain knowledge or understanding
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apprehensive
[adjective]
nervous or worried that something unpleasant may happen
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astounded
[adjective]
greatly shocked or surprised
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agitated
[adjective]
very nervous in a way that makes one unable to think clearly
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frantic
[adjective]
greatly frightened and worried about something, in a way that is uncontrollable
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broken
[adjective]
physically or mentally weakened as a result of much suffering
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disturbing
[adjective]
causing feelings of unease, discomfort, or concern
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disgusted
[adjective]
having or displaying great dislike for something
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lovable
[adjective]
possessing traits that attract people's affection
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desolate
[adjective]
feeling very lonely and sad
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contemptuous
[adjective]
devoid of respect for someone or something
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content
[adjective]
satisfied and happy with one's current situation or circumstances
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devoted
[adjective]
expressing much attention and love toward someone or something
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ecstatic
[adjective]
extremely excited and happy
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thrilled
[adjective]
very excited, happy, or pleased about something
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gloomy
[adjective]
hopeless or causing sadness
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joyful
[adjective]
having, showing, or causing great happiness
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fond
[adjective]
feeling or showing emotional attachment or nostalgia toward a person or thing
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appalled
[adjective]
very scared and shocked by something unpleasant or bad
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horrified
[adjective]
very scared or shocked
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disillusioned
[adjective]
feeling disappointed because someone or something is not as worthy or good as one believed
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distressed
[adjective]
feeling extreme anxiety, sorrow, or discomfort
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disturbed
[adjective]
feeling very upset or nervous
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uneasy
[adjective]
feeling nervous or worried, especially about something unpleasant that might happen soon
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fierce
[adjective]
having or displaying aggressiveness
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frozen
[adjective]
not showing any emotion
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frustrated
[adjective]
feeling irritated and upset because of being unable to achieve something or change an unwanted situation
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intrigued
[adjective]
wanting to know more about something because it seems very interesting
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protective
[adjective]
displaying or having a desire to protect someone or something
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provocative
[adjective]
causing strong reactions or discussions by presenting controversial or thought-provoking ideas
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self-conscious
[adjective]
embarrassed or worried about one's appearance or actions
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sentimental
[adjective]
easily affected by emotions
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speechless
[adjective]
unable to speak for a short time, particularly as a result of surprise, shock, or anger
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compassion
[noun]
great sympathy for a person or animal that is suffering
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heartbreak
[noun]
a feeling of great distress or sadness
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to come to terms with sth
[phrase]
to gradually learn to accept or deal with something unpleasant
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goddamn
[adjective]
used for showing annoyance or anger with a person or thing, in a way that is not very polite
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bloody
[adjective]
used for expressing annoyance or anger in a way that may seem a bit offensive
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bananas
[adjective]
experiencing an state of extreme anger, excitement, or craziness
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disenchanted
[adjective]
not believing in the worth or value of a person or thing any longer
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