Check out these alternatives for describing the top five emotions: Happy, sad, angry, confused, and surprised.
Angry — displeased, enraged, furious, impassioned, indignant, offended, outraged, resentful, sullen, vexed.
Confused — baffled, bewildered, confounded, dazed, dumfounded, flustered, muddled, perplexed, puzzled, rattled.
Happy — blissful, cheerful, ecstatic, elated, euphoric, glad, gratified, jubilant, merry, overjoyed.
Sad — bereaved, cheerless, depressed, dismal, doleful, forlorn, gloomy, low-spirited, mournful, somber.
Surprised — agape, alarmed, awestruck, confounded, floored, nonplussed, overwhelmed, shocked, speechless, stunned.
The above graphic was excerpted from an infographic created by The Expert Editor.
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