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Get Into the Mood With 100+ Feeling Words : Department of Word Lists

Get Into the Mood With 100+ Feeling Words : Department of Word Lists
Creative writers, this one's for you! This mood-words graphic that's been making its way around the Internet charts the way that words describing a large variety of emotional states all boil down to fear, anger, happiness, sadness, anger, and disgust. The overview is great for anyone seeking to improve their vocabulary of feeling words. To go deeper, add our list version of this graphic to your learning on Vocabulary.com with: Vocabulary List: In the Mood? 100 Ways to Describe How You Feel

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Mood Map Emotions create subjective feelings that are often evaluated as “feeling good” or “feeling bad”. Emotions also tend to increase or decrease our arousal level, which we often describe as increasing or lowering our energy level. The map shown here places each of the major emotions roughly where they are often experienced in these two dimensions. The placement of each emotion on this map is only approximate and very subjective. Each emotion can vary greatly in intensity.

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What Colors Mean in Different Cultures Colours in Cultures A Western / American B Japanese C Hindu D Native American E Chinese F Asian G Eastern European H Muslim I African J South American 1 Anger 2 Art / Creativity 3 Authority 4 Bad Luck 5 Balance 6 Beauty 7 Calm 8 Celebration 9 Children 10 Cold 11 Compassion 12 Courage 13 Cowardice 14 Cruelty 15 Danger 16 Death 17 Decadence 18 Deceit 19 Desire 20 Earthy 21 Energy 22 Erotic 23 Eternity 24 Evil 25 Excitement 26 Family 27 Femininity 28 Fertility 29 Flamboyance 30 Freedom 31 Friendly 32 Fun 33 God 34 Gods 35 Good Luck 36 Gratitude 37 Growth 38 Happiness 39 Healing 40 Healthy 41 Heat 42 Heaven Gray Yellow Silver Gold David McCandless & AlwaysWithHonor.com//v1.0//Apr 09 // InformationIsBeautiful.net

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List of Emotions - Human Emotional Chart This list of human emotions plots the descending spiral of life from full vitality of the energy of life and high consciousness through half-vitality and half-consciousness down to death. This list of emotions chart also enables to both predict and understand human behavior in all manifestations, making possible to predict the behavior of a potential spouse, a business partner, employee or friend - before you commit to a relationship. Numbers assigned to this list of emotions chart are arbitrary to show a relative degree or intensity of perceived emotion of happiness in accordance to available creative power or life's energy to the individual.

100 Words for Facial Expressions By Mark Nichol Face it — sometimes you must give your readers a countenance-based clue about what a character or a subject is feeling. First try conveying emotions indirectly or through dialogue, but if you must fall back on a descriptive term, try for precision: 1. Absent: preoccupied 2. Agonized: as if in pain or tormented 3.

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