Yes, the noun 'mate' is a common noun, a general word for either of two matched objects; a general word for either member of a married couple; a general word for a junior officer on a ship; a general word… Full Answer
No, the noun 'excitement' is a common noun, a general word for a feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness; a general word for something that arouses such a feeling; a word for any excitement of any kind. A proper noun… Full Answer
Compunctions refer to the feeling of anxiety or uneasiness of the conscience cause by guilt of doing bad or causing pain. The word came from a Latin word â??comâ?? which means expressing intensive force and â??pungereâ?? means to prick.
This will depends on what kind of mistakes or lying you did. But let me make is simple, if we are feeling guilty, our heart will beat a little faster. We will not be comfortable being with that person because… Full Answer
Ashamed is an adjective that can mean either feeling shame, being distressed by feelings of guilt, being embarrassed by feelings of guilt, feeling disgrase. It can also mean being unwilling/restrained because of fear or shame/ridicule/disapproval, or to feel shame. The… Full Answer
A general feeling is just a way of saying that the overall emotion is ____ (whatever the general feeling might be). It can mean you in particular have an overall emotion, or that a group of people does.
No, the word 'guilty' is not a noun, it is an adjective (guilty, guiltier, guiltiest), a word used to describe a noun. The word 'guilty' is the adjective form of the noun guilt, an abstract noun; a word for a… Full Answer
The noun 'love' is a common noun, a general word for a feeling of deep affection for someone or something; a general word for someone who is dear; a word for any love of any kind. The word 'love' is… Full Answer
The associate or art degree is a general degree type from which many specific programs of study (majors) fall. The associate or art degree is a general degree type from which many specific programs of study (majors) fall. The associate… Full Answer