Idioms describing feelings or mood

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to be on cloud nine
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extremely pleased
in high spirits
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enjoying things
keeping her chin up
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happy despite bad things
as happy as the day long
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extremely content
as lon as a fiddle
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looked very depressed
looked down in the dumps
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looked depressed
black mood
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a bad mood
like a bear with sore head
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extremely irritable
eat a horse
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very hungry
feeling all in
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a bit under the weather
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not verry well
on top form
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in a good phisical condition
feltas if myu head was going round
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at death's door
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very sick
as fit as a fiddle
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very fit indeed
was scared stiff
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very scared
frightened the life out of him
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frightened him a lot
shaking in our shoes
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trembling with fear
jumped out of my skin
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gave a big jump
get carried away
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be fooled
keep a cool head
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stay calm
make you swell with pride
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feel very proud
feel on top of the world
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very happy indeed

Describing feelings

Are you scared when it comes to describing feelings? Don't worry, maybe you just lack the proper vocabulary for describing feelings. Let's face it, describing feelings can be pretty tough sometimes, but that's exactly where this lesson based on the best idioms used for describing feelings will help you.

Let's talk about feelings!

It is well known that we, as people, are sociable creatures. Therefore describing feelings as a way of socialisating with others is completely normal, if not even neccessary, for us. But even such a normal thing as describing feelings may sometimes lead to a complete disaster. All you need do is using incorrect or missleading word while describing feelings and the catastrophy is more or less guaranteed. And of course it works vice versa as well. If someone who is uses an idiom while describing feelings and you don't know the real meaning of it, it can lead you to a very uncomfortable situation. That's exactly the reason, why you'll learn all the neccessary idioms used for describing feelings in this one lesson.


But first, it will be surely very useful to recap some of the feelings and emotions we might want to talk about when describing feelings .

Basic human feelings

  • 1. Fear
  • 2. Anger
  • 3. Sadness
  • 4. Love
  • 5. Joy
  • 6. Disgust
  • 7. Trust
  • 8. Surprise

Don't be scared of describing feelings, tit is very useful social skill! If you still feel like describing feelings is nothing for you, or you already know all of these idioms, no problem - find more English courses here or try courses in other languages here


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