英文释义：physically disturbed or set in motion
e.g. My daughter always responds to me in a negative way, angrily shrugging her shoulders with an agitated reply, as if I should know that.
英文释义：filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise
e.g. I just saw it go up, and I was astonished that it didn’t come back down again.
e.g. Compliance adviser Gould said that while some bankers were genuinely frightened, others were blase, viewing this as simply another set of rules from regulators.
英文释义：overly self-confident or self-assertive
e.g. “I bet I got a higher score than you did,” Claire says, her voice cocky.
英文释义：without or almost without hope
e.g. At times he sounded almost despondent, questioning not just the ugly turn the presidential campaign has taken but the future of the American political system.
英文释义：strong feelings of dislike
e.g. Despite polls showing increasing public disgust with Albany, significant proposals to address corruption have gone nowhere.
英文释义：having self-possession upset; thrown into confusion
e.g. One former staff member I spoke with, who developed an ulcer while working there, called The Huffington Post ‘‘a jury-rigged, discombobulatedchaos machine.’’
英文释义：fraught with uncertainty or doubt
e.g. Mrs. Clinton agreed to explore the proposal but was dubious that it would go anywhere.
英文释义：a feeling of joy and pride
e.g. If anything, I better understand the elation they feel when they welcome a child into the world.
英文释义：the shame felt when inadequacy or guilt is made public
e.g. The sophomore said he regrets his actions and the embarrassment he caused his family and his team.
英文释义：marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness
e.g. Was there ever a male performer more enamored with ruffles — or lace or velvet — than Prince?
英文释义：marked by extreme anger
e.g. The American military presence on Saudi soil enraged Islamic radicals, who decried the Sauds’ decision to allow “infidel” Western forces into Islam’s birthplace.
英文释义：a feeling of excitement
e.g. Encouragement and enthusiasm are critical for nurturing early interest and maintaining later interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
英文释义：the utterance of sounds expressing great joy
e.g. Out of the water, they laughed in exultation and triumph while Roger snapped pictures.
英文释义：offering fun and gaiety
e.g. On New Year’s Eve, my husband and I made a special effort to create a festive table for our small dinner group.
英文释义：a feeling of intense anger
e.g. A universe of fury seemed to spin inside Mark, an impossible feeling that he knew couldn’t last, couldn’t be contained.
英文释义：full of high-spirited delight
e.g. As a team, they delivered epic, angular rock songs that jumped genres and eras with gleeful abandon.
英文释义：intense sorrow caused by loss of a loved one
e.g. Without warning something would trigger my grief and my heart was ripped open again.
英文释义：having or manifesting optimism
e.g. We were hopeful this year would be the year in which anti-bullying legislation reached the finish line.
英文释义：characterized by enmity or ill will
e.g. But disputes over division of property and one spouse’s resentment over being left can prolong hostile feelings for more than a decade.
英文释义：marked by a lack of interest
e.g. The universe seems neither benign nor hostile, merely indifferent to the concerns of such puny creatures as we.
英文释义：angered at something unjust or wrong
e.g. Find out if you're righteously indignant but actually in the wrong.
英文释义：aroused to impatience or anger
e.g. Irritated at her grilling, he snapped, “At what point are we playing husband and wife here, and at what point lawyers?”
英文释义：full of high-spirited delight
e.g. Jubilant supporters said it was the best day of their lives as they left the King Power stadium.
e.g. The lachrymose British drama “Lilting” pivots on the prickly relationship between two people who are mourning a third.
英文释义：lacking zest or vivacity
e.g. An animal sits listless and unresponsive, holding tight to the bars of the cage as her normal twin sister crawls all over her.
e.g. My parents would be livid if they found out I’d had this conversation and might end contact with me altogether.