How do you feel?

exhausted  /ɪɡˈzɔː.stɪd/: extremely tired. (noun: exhaustion  /ɪɡˈzɔːs.tʃən/)
confused /kənˈfjuːzd/: unable to think clearly or to understand something. (noun: confusion /kənˈfjuː.ʒən/) (synonym: perplexed)
ecstatic /ɪkˈstæt.ɪk/: extremely happy. (noun: ecstasy  /ˈek.stə.sɪ/: a state of extreme happiness, especially when feeling pleasure)
guilty /ˈɡɪl.tɪ/: feeling guilt (guilt  /ɡɪlt/a feeling of worry or unhappiness that you have because you have done something wrong, such as causing harm to another person.)
suspicious /səˈspɪʃ.əs/: making you feel that something illegal is happening or that something is wrong. (مُريب, مُرْتاب)
(noun: suspicion /səˈspɪʃ.ən/: شَكّ, ريبة)
angry /ˈæŋ.ɡri/: having a strong feeling against someone who has behaved badly, making you want to shout at them or hurt them. (noun: anger); (boiling=infuriated=extremely angry)
hysterical /hɪˈster.ɪ.kəl/: unable to control your feelings or behaviour because you are extremely frightened, angry, excited, etc. (noun: hysteria /hɪˈstɪə.ri.ə/)
frustrated /frʌsˈtreɪ.tɪd/: feeling annoyed or less confident because you cannot achieve what you want. (مُحبَط) (noun: frustration)
Sad /sæd/: unhappy.
gloomy= dismal: sad and without hope; glum /ɡlʌm/disappointed or unhappy, and quiet. 
 confident /ˈkɒn.fɪ.dənt/: being certain of your abilities or having trust in people, plans, or the future. (synonym: self-reliant); (noun: confidence)
embarrassed /ɪmˈbær.əst/: feeling ashamed or shy. (مُحْرَج)
happy /ˈhæp.ɪ/: feeling, showing, or causing pleasure or satisfaction. (synonyms: glad; joyful=very happy; cheery=bright and happy)
mischievous /ˈmɪs.tʃɪ.vəs/: behaving in a way, or describing behaviour, that is slightly bad but is not intended to cause serious harm or damage. (شَقيّ)
disgusted /dɪsˈɡʌs.tɪd/: feeling extreme dislike or disapproval of something. (مُقْرِف, مُقَزِّز)
frightened /ˈfraɪ.tənd/: feeling fear or worry. (synonyms: afraid, scared, terrified=very frightened)
enraged /ɪnˈreɪdʒd/: very angry.
ashamed  /əˈʃeɪmd/: feeling guilty or embarrassed about something you have done or about a quality in your character. (خَجْلان)
cautious /ˈkɔː.ʃəs/: Someone who is cautious avoids risks. (حَذِر)
smug  /smʌɡ/: too pleased or satisfied about something you have achieved or something you know. (synonym: self-satisfied)
depressed /dɪˈprest/: unhappy and without hope. (synonym: doleful=very sad; dismal=gloomy=sad and without hope)
overwhelmed  /ˌəʊ.vəˈwelmd/: feeling sudden strong emotion.
hopeful  /ˈhəʊp.fəl/: having hope. (synonym: optimistic)
lonely /ˈləʊn.lɪ/: unhappy because you are not with other people.
love-struck /lʌv strʌk /: so in love with someone that it is difficult to behave as usual or even think of anything else except the person you love. (synonym: infatuated  /ɪnˈfætʃ.u.eɪ.tɪd/)
jealous /ˈdʒel.əs/: upset and angry because someone that you love seems interested in another person.
bored  /bɔːd/: feeling unhappy because something is not interesting or because you have nothing to do. (synonym: uninterested)
surprised /səˈpraɪzd/: feeling or showing surprise because something has happened that you did not expect. (synonym: amazed=astonished=extremely surprised; goggle-eyed)
anxious /ˈæŋk.ʃəs/: worried and nervous. (synonym: worried)
shocked /ʃɒkt/: surprised or upset because something unexpected and usually unpleasant has happened.
shy /ʃaɪ/: nervous and uncomfortable with other people. (خَجول)

 We were deeply disappointed at/about the result.
 His parents were bitterly disappointed in/with him.
 [ + (that) ] She was disappointed (that) they hadn't phoned.
 [ + to infinitive ] He was disappointed to find they'd already left.
 If you're expecting Dad to let you borrow his car, you're going to be sorely disappointed. (sorely= extremely; very much)
 The new president was greeted by an ecstatic crowd
 My mother always gets a bit anxious if we don't arrive when we say we will.
 When you got lost in the forest you must have been very frightened.
 Anna says she feels jealous every time another woman looks at her husband.
 By the time they reached the summit, they were exhausted.

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