1. Guilt:
    1. Remorseful:
      1. feeling or expressing sincere regret or remorse about one's wrongdoing or sin
    2. Ashamed:
      1. embarrassed or guilty because of one's actions, characteristics, or associations
    3. Penitent:
      1. feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; repentant
    4. Contrite:
      1. feeling or expressing remorse or penitence; affected by guilt
  2. Anger:
    1. Furious:
      1. extremely angry
    2. Indignant:
      1. feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as unfair treatment
    3. Enraged:
      1. very angry; furious
    4. Irritated:
      1. showing or feeling slight anger; annoyed
  3. Sadness:
    1. Depressed
      1. in a state of general unhappiness or despondency
    2. Grief:
      1. intense sorrow, especially caused by someone's death
    3. Melancholy:
      1. a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause
    4. Despondent:
      1. in low spirits from loss of hope or courage
  4. Fear:
    1. Anxious:
      1. feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome
    2. Terrified:
      1. extremely frightened
    3. Petrified:
      1. so frightened that one is unable to move; terrified
    4. Panicked:
      1. feeling or showing panic
  5. Empathy:
    1. Compassionate:
      1. feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others
    2. Sympathetic:
      1. feeling, showing, or expressing sympathy
    3. Understanding:
      1. sympathetically aware of other people's feelings; tolerant and forgiving
    4. Sensitive:
      1. quick to detect or respond to slight changes, signals, or influences; having or displaying a quick and delicate appreciation of others' feelings
  6. Happiness:
    1. Joyful
      1. feeling, expressing, or causing great pleasure and happiness
    2. Content
      1. satisfied with what one is or has; not wanting more or anything else
    3. Delighted
      1. feeling or showing great pleasure or satisfaction
    4. Pleased
      1. feeling or showing satisfaction and enjoyment
  7. Excitement:
    1. Thrilled:
      1. experiencing a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
    2. Enthusiastic:
      1. having or showing intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval
    3. Ecstatic:
      1. feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
    4. Euphoric:
      1. characterized by or feeling intense excitement and happiness
  8. Disgust:
    1. Revulsion:
      1. a sense of disgust and loathing
    2. Displeasure:
      1. a feeling of annoyance or disapproval
    3. Repugnance:
      1. intense disgust; a feeling of strong opposition or dislike
    4. Nausea:
      1. a feeling of sickness with an inclination to vomit
    5. Abhorrence:
      1. a feeling of repulsion; disgusted loathing
    6. Odium:
      1. general or widespread hatred or disgust directed toward someone as a result of their actions
    7. Antipathy:
      1. a deep-seated feeling of dislike; aversion
    8. Disdain:
      1. the feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one's consideration or respect; contempt
  9. Surprise:
    1. Astonished:
      1. greatly surprised or impressed; amazed
    2. Shocked:
      1. feeling surprised and upset by something unexpected or unpleasant
    3. Stunned:
      1. feeling or showing shock or disbelief
    4. Flabbergasted:
      1. overcome with surprise and bewilderment; astounded
    5. Dumbfounded:
      1. greatly astonished or amazed
    6. Awe-struck:
      1. filled with wonder; overwhelmed with a feeling of admiration or respect
    7. Startled:
      1. feeling or showing sudden shock or alarm
    8. Stupefied:
      1. astonished and shocked; unable to think or feel properly
  10. Satisfaction:
    1. Gratified:
      1. feeling pleased and contented, especially by receiving some gratification
    2. Fulfilled:
      1. satisfied or happy because of fully developing one's abilities or character
    3. Pleased:
      1. feeling or showing satisfaction and enjoyment
    4. Content:
      1. satisfied with what one is or has; not wanting more or anything else
    5. Elated:
      1. very happy or proud; jubilant
    6. Overjoyed:
      1. extremely happy and excited
    7. Ecstatic:
      1. feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
    8. Radiant:
      1. showing great happiness, love, or health
  11. Disappointment:
    1. Frustrated:
      1. feeling or expressing distress and annoyance, especially because of inability to change or achieve something
    2. Unfulfilled:
      1. not having achieved what one hoped for or desired
    3. Let down:
      1. disappointed; disillusioned
    4. Discouraged:
      1. having lost confidence or enthusiasm; disheartened
    5. Despondent:
      1. in low spirits from loss of hope or courage
    6. Crestfallen:
      1. sad and disappointed
    7. Deflated:
      1. feeling of disappointment or discouragement; let down
    8. Dismayed:
      1. cause to feel consternation and distress
  12. Gratitude:
    1. Thankful:
      1. pleased and relieved; expressing gratitude
    2. Appreciative:
      1. feeling or showing gratitude or pleasure
    3. Obliged:
      1. grateful or indebted
    4. Indebted:
      1. owing gratitude for a service or favor
    5. Grateful:
      1. feeling or showing thanks because of something that someone has done
    6. Beholden:
      1. owing thanks or having a duty to someone in return for help or a service
    7. Thankworthy:
      1. deserving thanks; commendable
    8. Graciously:
      1. courteous, kind, and pleasant, especially towards someone of lower social status
  13. Envy
    1. Jealous:
      1. feeling or showing envy of someone or their achievements and advantages
    2. Covetous:
      1. having or showing a great desire to possess something, typically something belonging to someone else
    3. Resentful:
      1. feeling or expressing bitterness or indignation at having been treated unfairly
    4. Green-eyed:
      1. envious or jealous
    5. Invidious:
      1. likely to arouse or incur resentment or anger in others; unfairly discriminating
    6. Grudging:
      1. given, granted, or allowed only reluctantly or resentfully
    7. Spiteful:
      1. showing or caused by malice
  14. Amusement
    1. Entertained:
      1. provided with amusement or enjoyment
    2. Tickled:
      1. amused or delighted
    3. Humorous:
      1. causing laughter and amusement; comical
    4. Jovial:
      1. cheerful and friendly; jolly
    5. Witty:
      1. showing or characterized by quick and inventive verbal humor
    6. Droll:
      1. curious or unusual in a way that provokes dry amusement
    7. Whimsical:
      1. playfully quaint or fanciful, especially in an appealing and amusing way
    8. Ludicrous:
      1. so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing; ridiculous
  15. Nostalgia:
    1. Reminiscence:
      1. a story told about a past event remembered by the narrator
    2. Longing:
      1. a yearning desire
    3. Sentimental:
      1. deriving from or involving feelings of tenderness, sadness, or nostalgia, typically in an exaggerated and self-indulgent way
    4. Melancholic:
      1. characterized by or causing or expressing sadness
    5. Homesick:
      1. experiencing a longing for one's home during a period of absence from it
    6. Yearning:
      1. a feeling of intense longing for something
    7. Wistful:
      1. having or showing a feeling of vague or regretful longing
    8. Regretful:
      1. feeling or showing regret; sorry
  16. Confusion:
    1. Perplexed:
      1. completely baffled; very puzzled
    2. Baffled:
      1. totally bewildered or perplexed
    3. Disoriented:
      1. having lost one's sense of direction or bearings
    4. Fuddled:
      1. confused and unable to think clearly
    5. Bewildered:
      1. cause (someone) to become perplexed and confused
    6. Nonplussed:
      1. (of a person) surprised and confused so much that they are unsure how to react
    7. Confounded:
      1. used for emphasis, especially to express anger or annoyance
    8. Flummoxed:
      1. bewildered or perplexed
  17. Hope:
    1. Optimistic:
      1. hopeful and confident about the future
    2. Confident:
      1. feeling or showing confidence in oneself or one's abilities or qualities
    3. Assured:
      1. guaranteed; promised confidently
    4. Encouraged:
      1. give support, confidence, or hope to (someone)
    5. Expectant:
      1. having or showing an excited feeling that something is about to happen, especially something pleasant and interesting
    6. Positive:
      1. characterized by or displaying certainty, acceptance, or affirmation
    7. Promising:
      1. showing signs of future success or excellence; hopeful
    8. Reassured:
      1. having confidence restored; freed from anxiety or fear
  18. Desire:
    1. Crave:
      1. feel a powerful desire for (something)
    2. Yearn:
      1. have an intense feeling of longing for something, typically something that one has lost or been separated from
    3. Long:
      1. have a strong wish or desire
    4. Hunger:
      1. have a strong desire or craving for something
    5. Thirst:
      1. a strong desire for something
    6. Covet:
      1. yearn to possess (something, especially something belonging to another)
    7. Lust:
      1. a passionate desire for something
    8. Itch:
      1. have a strong desire or urge to do something
  19. Courage:
    1. Brave:
      1. ready to face and endure danger or pain; showing courage
    2. Bold:
      1. showing an ability to take risks; confident and courageous
    3. Fearless:
      1. lacking fear; brave
    4. Valiant:
      1. possessing or showing courage or determination
    5. Heroic:
      1. having the characteristics of a hero or heroine; admirably brave or determined
    6. Intrepid:
      1. fearless; adventurous
    7. Dauntless:
      1. showing fearlessness and determination
    8. Gallant:
      1. brave; heroic
  20. Hatred (intense dislike):
    1. Malice:
      1. the intention or desire to do evil; ill will
    2. Hostility:
      1. hostile behavior; unfriendliness or opposition
    3. Animosity:
      1. strong hostility
    4. Loathing:
      1. a feeling of intense dislike or disgust; hatred
    5. Abomination:
      1. a thing that causes disgust or hatred
    6. Detestation:
      1. intense dislike
    7. Aversion:
      1. a strong dislike or disinclination
    8. Enmity:
      1. the state or feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to someone or something
  21. Kindness
    1. Adorable:
      1. inspiring great affection; delightful; charming
    2. Bashfully:
      1. showing a reluctance to draw attention to oneself; shy
    3. Cherish:
      1. protect and care for (someone) lovingly
    4. Decent:
      1. conforming with generally accepted standards of respectable or moral behavior
    5. Prominent:
      1. important; famous
    6. Proximity:
      1. nearness in space, time, or relationship