Feeling Adjectives

B. Jesse Clarke

1.     aggreived
2.    afraid
3.    agitated
4.    agreeable
5.    amazed
6.    amused
7.    angry
8.    annoyed
9.    anxious
10.    apathetic
11.    apprehensive
12.    arrogant
13.    ashamed
14.    astonished
15.    awful
16.    bad
17.    bereaved
18.    bewildered
19.    bored
20.    brave
21.    brave
22.    calm
23.    careful
24.    certain
25.    charged
26.    charming
27.    cheerful
28.    cheery
29.    clumsy
30.    combative
31.    comfortable
32.    condemned
33.    confused
34.    content
35.    cooperative
36.    courageous
37.    crazy
38.    creepy
39.    cruel
40.    dangerous
41.    defeated
42.    defiant
43.    delightful
44.    depressed
45.    determined
46.    disappointed
47.    disgusted
48.    disinterested
49.    disturbed
50.    dizzy
51.    dull
52.    eager
53.    elated
54.    embarrassed
55.    enchanting
56.    encouraging
57.    energetic
58.    enthusiastic
59.    envious
60.    evil
61.    excited
62.    exuberant
63.    fair
64.    faithful
65.    fantastic
66.    fearful
67.    fierce
68.    fine
69.    flipped-out
70.    foolish
71.    fortunate
72.    frantic
73.    friendly
74.    frightened
75.    frustrated
76.    funny
77.    generous
78.    gentle
79.    glad
80.    gleeful
81.    glorious
82.    good
83.    grieving
84.    grumpy
85.    happy
86.    healthy
87.    helpful
88.    helpless
89.    hesitant
90.    hilarious
91.    hungry
92.    hurt
93.    ill
94.    indignant
95.    inspired
96.    interested
97.    itchy
98.    jealous
99.    jittery
100.    jolly
101.    joyful
102.    joyous
103.    jubilant
104.    kind
105.    lazy
106.    lively
107.    lovely
108.    loving
109.    loving
110.    lucky
111.    mad
112.    melancholy
113.    motivated
114.    mysterious
115.    nasty
116.    naughty
117.    nervous
118.    nice
119.    nutty
120.    obedient
121.    obnoxious
122.    obstinate
123.    outrageous
124.    panicky
125.    perfect
126.    petulant
127.    pleasant
128.    pleased
129.    prepared
130.    proud
131.    quiet
132.    ready
133.    relieved
134.    reluctant
135.    repulsive
136.    restless
137.    sad
138.    scared
139.    scary
140.    selfish
141.    shocked
142.    silly
143.    sleepy
144.    smiling
145.    soothing
146.    sore
147.    sorry
148.    splendid
149.    stunned
150.    successful
151.    surprised
152.    tense
153.    terrible
154.    testy
155.    thankful
156.    thoughtful
157.    thoughtless
158.    tired
159.    troubled
160.    unhappy
161.    uninspired
162.    upset
163.    upset
164.    uptight
165.    victorious
166.    vigilant
167.    vivacious
168.    weary
169.    wicked
170.    willing
171.    wishful
172.    witty
173.    wonderful
174.    worried
175.    zany
176.    zealous

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About B. Jesse Clarke

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Clarke is the founding editor of Freedom Voices Press, artistic director of Encounters in the Americas/ Encuentros de los Americas project of CENSA and editor of Race, Poverty & the Environment a journal of social and environmental justice published by Urban Habitat.

He is the co-editor with Roger Burbach of September 11 and the U.S. War, Beyond the Curtain of Smoke co-published by Freedom Voices and City Lights publishers 2002; editor of Image and Imagination, Encounters with the Photography of Dorothea Lange, 1997; and co-editor, with Clifton Ross of Voice of Fire, 1994, the first anthology of Zapatista communiqués and interviews published in English.

From 1998-2004, Clarke was editor of MediaFile a bi-monthly journal of media analysis and resources for activists published by San Francisco's Media Alliance.

A California Arts Council artist-in-residence 1999-2001 and a San Francisco Arts Commission lead artist on a project called Raising Our Voices, Clarke has been teaching writing, digital design and critical thinking in community settings for over a decade.