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308 Ways to Describe How You Feel: Thesaurus of the Seven Basic Emotions

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308 Ways to Describe How You Feel: Thesaurus of the Seven Basic Emotions

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Need a word to describe how you feel? Start with one of pyschology's Seven Basic Emotions, and then select one of 44 different ways to give that perfect nuance to how you feel.

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