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haptics
the branch of psychology that investigates cutaneous sense data
conniptions
a fit of hysterical excitement or anger
inveigh
to protest vehemently
perfervid
ardent; impassioned.
comportment
behaviour
ataraxia
a state of freedom from emotional disturbance and anxiety
inanition
exhaustion from lack of nourishment
ennui
dissatisfaction and restlessness resulting from boredom or apathy
beatific
giving or showing bliss; blissful
rambustious
rambunctious
Saturnalian
having the aspect of wild revelry
panache
dash or flamboyance in manner or style.
aghast
filled with great surprise or fear; horrified
ebullient
overflowing with enthusiasm showing excitement (e...)
ludic
playful in an aimless way
anomic
- noun lack of moral standards in a society personal state of isolation and anxiety resulting from a lack of social control and regulation
elan
energy, style, and enthusiasm
euchred
Australian slang - exhausted
lassitude
weariness tiredness
timorous
fearful, cowardly, timid
ardour
great warmth of feeling, passion
choler
anger.
apoplectic
Sudden loss of the ability to feel or move
winsome
charming (in a childlike way); agreeable; gracious; engaging
paroxysm
violent outburst, fit, attack, spasm
comity
a state of mutual harmony, friendship, and respect.
fealty
intense loyalty
peak
mope, languish
taciturn
habitually silent; talking little
haptodysphoria
uncomfortable sensation produced by touching something soft, e.g. cotton wool
umbrage
offense; resentment.
proclivity
a natural inclination.
animus
hostile feeling or intent
twitterpated
the feeling of being absolutely enamoured with someone or something
puggled
exhausted, bewildered
ineffable
to great to be described in words