CEFR C1 Vocabulary

CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 34

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

paying much attention to something or someone that makes one unaware of other things

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inquisitive
inquisitiveadjective

having a desire to learn many different things

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apprehensive
apprehensiveadjective

nervous or worried that something unpleasant may happen

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astounded
astoundedadjective

greatly shocked or surprised

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agitated
agitatedadjective

very nervous in a way that makes one unable to think clearly

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franticadjective

greatly frightened and worried about something, in a way that is uncontrollable

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brokenadjective

physically or mentally weakened as a result of much suffering

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disturbingadjective

upsetting or unsettling

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disgusted
disgustedadjective

having or displaying great dislike for something

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lovableadjective

possessing traits that attract people's affection

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desolateadjective

feeling very lonely and sad

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contemptuousadjective

devoid of respect for someone or something

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content
contentadjective

satisfied and happy with one's situation

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devotedadjective

expressing much attention and love toward someone or something

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ecstatic
ecstaticadjective

very excited and happy

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thrilled
thrilledadjective

very excited, happy, or pleased about something

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gloomy
gloomyadjective

hopeless or causing sadness

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joyful
joyfuladjective

having, showing, or causing much happiness

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fond
fondadjective

feeling or showing emotional attachment or nostalgia towards a person or thing

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appalled
appalledadjective

very scared and shocked by something unpleasant or bad

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horrified
horrifiedadjective

very scared or shocked

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disillusionedadjective

feeling disappointed because someone or something is not as worthy or good as one believed

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distressed
distressedadjective

very nervous and upset

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disturbed
disturbedadjective

very upset or nervous

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uneasyadjective

nervous or worried, particularly about the imminence of something unpleasant

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fierceadjective

having or displaying aggressiveness

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frozenadjective

not showing any emotion

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frustratedadjective

irritated and upset because of being unable to achieve something or change an unwanted situation

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intriguedadjective

wanting to know more about something because it seems very interesting

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protectiveadjective

displaying or having a desire to protect someone or something

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provocativeadjective

causing anger or argument, particularly intentionally

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self-conscious
self-consciousadjective

embarrassed or worried about one's appearance or actions

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sentimentaladjective

easily affected by emotions

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speechlessadjective

unable to speak for a short time, particularly as a result of surprise, shock, or anger

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compassion
compassionnoun

great sympathy for a person or animal that is suffering

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heartbreaknoun

a feeling of great distress or sadness

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sob storynoun

a story told in order to gain the sympathy of other people, particularly one that seems to be fake

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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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poker face
poker facenoun

a facial expression that does not reveal a person's feelings or thoughts

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goddamnadjective

used for showing annoyance or anger with a person or thing, in a way that is not very polite

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bloodyadjective

used for expressing annoyance or anger in a way that may seem a bit offensive

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bananasadjective

experiencing an state of extreme anger, excitement, or craziness

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disenchantedadjective

not believing in the worth or value of a person or thing any longer

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