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the way that someone is feeling, for example whether they are happy, sad, or angry
a feeling that you experience, for example love, fear, or anger
emotions, especially when these are sensitive and likely to be affected by what other people say or do
the mood that someone is in, which influences their attitudes or feelings
your feelings and emotions considered as part of your character
a feeling, especially a strange one, caused by a particular experience
a feeling that exists and affects how people behave, but is not obvious or stated directly
a particular emotional state or mood
your thoughts and emotions
an emotional state, for example anger or happiness
a pattern on a sandy beach, made as a form of natural art …
a game played by several people on a board shaped like a star. Each player tries to be the first...
a symbol named after King Adinkra, used in West Africa in fabric and on other items
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Free thesaurus definition of general words for moods and emotions from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.