Grammar Patterns

ADJ that

The 'horrified' group

These adjectives indicate a range of other negative reactions to something.
'Has it ever occurred to you,' I said, 'that you are envious that my books are more successful than yours?'
I am absolutely horrified that this has happened.
We were worried that the children were failing to reach developmental milestones.
The adjective bad occurs with the verb feel.
He said he was pretty hard on you. He felt bad that you had to leave that way.
  • aghast
  • ashamed
  • bad
  • concerned
  • critical
  • disappointed
  • disgusted
  • dismayed
  • distraught
  • disturbed
  • envious
  • frustrated
  • heartbroken
  • horrified
  • impatient
  • jealous
  • perturbed
  • regretful
  • sad
  • sorry
  • unhappy
  • worried
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