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Elation(n)
state of being elated
Frolic(v)
play and run about happily
Frolicsome(adj)
full of merriment, playful
Gala(adj)
Party
Jocund(adj)
Merry, Cheerful
Jubilant(adj)
showing great joy
Jubliaton(n)
Rejoicing, exultation
Ascetic(adj)
shunning pleasure
Ascetic(n)
person who shuns pleasures and live simply
Chagrin(n)
Embassasment
Chagrined(adj)
ashamed, mortified
compunction(n)
regret, remorse
Contrite(adj)
showing deep regret and sorrow for wrongdoing
Contrition(n)
repentance
Dejected(adj)
sad, in low spirits, depressed
Dejection(n)
Lowness, sadness
Disconsolate(adj)
cheerless, inconsolable
disgruntled(adj)
In bad humor, displeased
Doleful(adj)
causing grief or sadness, mournful
Glum(adj)
moody, glummy
lament(v)
mourn, deplore
lamentable(adj)
pitiable, rueful
maudlin(adj)
weakly sentimental and tearful
Nostalgia(adj)
homesickness
yearning for past
Nostalgic(adj)
homesick
Pathetic(adj)
arousing pity
pathos(n)
quality in events or in art
Pensive(adj)
thoughtful in a sad way
Plight(n)
unfortunate state
Poignant(adj)
painfully touching, piercing
Sullen(adj)
resentfully silent
Throes(n. pl.)
anguish
tribulation(n)
suffering, distress
burly(adj)
strongly and heavily built
buxom(adj)
plump and attractive
Cherubic(adj)
chubby and innocent looking
Obese(adj)
extremely overweight
Obesity(n)
excessiv body weight
Pudgy(adj)
short and plump, chubby
Attenuate(v)
make thin, weaken
Emaciated(adj)
made unnaturally thin
haggard(adj)
careworn, gaunt
Lank(adj)
Lean, ungracefully tall
Svelte(adj)
Sleder, lithe
Adulation(n)
excessive praise, flattery
Blandishment(n)
word or deed of mild flattery
Cajole(v)
persuade by pleasant words
Cajolery(n)
Persuasion by flattery
Curry(v)favor(n)
seek to gain favor by flattery
fulsome(adj)
offensive because of insincerity
Ingratiate(v)
work, oneself, into favor
Lackey(n)
Follower who carries out anothers wishes like a servant
Obsequious(adj)
showing excessive willingness
Sycophant(n)
parasitic flatterer
Truckle(v)
submit in a subservient manner to a superior
Bliss(n)
perfect happiness
Blissful(adj)
very happy
Blithe(adj)
merry, joyous
heedless
Buoy(v)
keep afloat raise the spirits
buoyant(adj)
cheerful
able to float
complacency(n)
self-satisfaction
Complacent(adj)
too pleased with oneself, without knowing
Convivial(adj)
fond of eating and drinking with friends,social
conviviality(n)
socialbility
delectable(adj)
very pleasing, delightful
Ecstasy(n)
state of overwhelming joy
Ecstatic(adj)
in ecstasy