Feelings words in English - Word List, Picture Dictionary and Vocabulary Quiz

  • American English
  • British English
Example images of the Feelings words

Here you can find a word list, picture dictionary and quiz with 53 feelings vocabulary words in English.

Vocabulary for teaching how to describe feelings and emotions.

The resources on this page are great for learning new English feelings words or reviewing vocabulary. Listen to the audio to learn the vocabulary pronunciation by clicking the audio icon. The picture dictionaries are printable and can be printed using the link below.

The English vocabulary is available in American or British English with audio featuring US or UK pronunciation.

The feelings words can also be filtered to show smaller word lists Feelings Set 1 and Feelings Set 2.

For printing the vocabulary see the printable word list and picture dictionary on the worksheets page.

For learning the words in the word list, try the interactive language quiz.

Feelings Word List 😀 - English Vocabulary with Pictures and Audio Pronunciation

  • angelic
  • angry
  • annoyed
  • anxious
  • bittersweet
  • celebratory
  • cold
  • content
  • cool
  • crazy
  • devilish
  • disguised
  • embarrased
  • excited
  • exhausted
  • feeling down
  • feverish
  • fine
  • furious
  • geeky
  • grumpy
  • happy
  • hot
  • hungry
  • hysterical
  • injured
  • in love
  • in tears
  • lost for words
  • meh
  • mind blown
  • moved
  • nauseous
  • ok
  • playful
  • puzzled
  • questioning
  • rich
  • sad
  • saddened
  • scared
  • secretive
  • shocked
  • sick
  • silent
  • sleepy
  • sleepy
  • star struck
  • surprised
  • suspicious
  • unhappy
  • woozy
  • worried

English Feelings Vocabulary Quiz

Interactive English feelings vocabulary quiz for learning and reviewing English vocabulary. Try the quiz with all feelings words, or choose a smaller collection. Choose the correct word to match the picture flashcard. At the end of the quiz you can review the answers to learn new words. Press start to begin!

Vocabulary Author

Robin

Taught English as a Second Language in elementary schools, junior high schools and high Schools in Japan.