As a noun it describes a strong feeling of

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Unformatted text preview: o t i o n s 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. lonely timid prudent elated melancholy patriotic vindictive dejected ecstatic frustrated 120 build word power in all subject areas P ra c t i c e 2 : E m o t i o n s a n d Fe e l i n g s C ro s s wo rd P u z z l e Across 3 humiliated 4 apathetic 6 lonely 7 patriotic 8 ecstatic Down 1 prudent 2 frustration 5 melancholy L E S S O N 16 words to describe extreme emotions It is with words as with sunbeams—the more they are condensed, the deeper they burn. ROBERT SOUTHEY (1774–1843) ENGLISH POET LAUREATE In this lesson, you’ll discover more words to describe feelings and emotions, especially those that describe intense or extreme experiences. ARE YOU FRUSTRATED when you try to describe how much you hate homework or the noise from the people next door? Or when you try to tell your parents how much you love them? Do you ever sputter and stammer when you want to explain exactly why you dislike spiders, no matter how small they are? Is it hard for you to explain exactly why you like your f...
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