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Adjectives for Tone, Feelings and Emotions

Many times the same adjectives are used to express tone, feelings and emotions are
the same.
A tone is an overall sense that you get from some sort of event, work, situation
etc.
Feelings and emotions are very similar; however, emotions tend to refer to that
which is not tangible, while feelings tend to be more tangible.
Describing a Tone
Positive Tones
Fresh
Bold
Happy
Devoted
Loving
Sympathetic
Believing
Supportive
Enlightened
Clever
Involved
Intent
Negative Tones
Sarcastic
Narcissistic
Sardonic
Mysterious
Obnoxious
Foolish
Disgruntled
Hurtful
Hating
Irritated
Outraged
Alarmed
Startled
Horrified
Annoyed
Secretive
Quizzical
Guilty
Disbelieving
Not supportive
Cautious
Calculated
Purposeful
Sad
Bitter
Angry
Resentful
Remorseful
Dull
Dreary
Other Tones
Light
Heavy
Intelligent
Religious
Political
Secular
Social
Democratic
Republican
Liberal
Conservative
Describing a Feeling
Positive Feelings
Happy
Well
OK
Very well
Clean
Strong
Beautiful
Excited
Attracted
Handsome
Gorgeous
Attractive
Empowered
Intelligent
Smart
Better
Agreeable
Brave
Calm
Delightful
Eager
Gentle
Jolly
Joyful
Kind
Nice
Sweet
Proud
Relieved
Hope
Faith
Optimistic
Loving
Open
Understanding
Reliable
Amazed
Great
Lucky
Fortunate
Festive
Cheerful
Moody
Playful
Animated
Wonderful
Thrilled
Supportive
Serene
Free
Engrossed
Involved
Negative Feelings
Angry
Sad
Hungry
Cold
Hot
Warm
Chilly
Thirsty
Sick
Tired
Weak
Disgruntled
Terrible
Dreadful
Dirty
Ugly
Defeated
Embarrassed
Stupid
Dumb
Foolish
Silly
Hurt
Nervous
Scared
Evil
Bashful
Pessimistic
Sadistic
Hating
Taken aback
Describing an Emotion
Positive Emotions
Happy
Joyful
Loving
Liking
Lusting
Sweet
Pride
Appreciative
Hope
Faith
Thrilled
Overcome
Overjoyed
Respectful
Supportive
Serene
Negative Emotions
Sad
Angry
Mad
Grumpy
Tearful
Devastated
Horrified
Disgruntled
Hurt
Annoyed
Aggravated
Hating
Despise
Sour
Depressed
Sick
Fear
Guilt
Jealousy
Self-pity
Anxiety
Frustration
Envy
Longing
Shame
Selfish
Overwhelmed