1. abhorrent- causing repugnance; detestable; loathsome. Utterly opposed, or contrary, or in conflict.
2. accusatory-Charging of wrong doing
3. admirable- worthy of admiration; inspiring approval, reverence, or affection. Excellent. First-rate.
4. affectionate- having great affection or love; warmly attached; loving: your affectionate brother
5. allusive- having reference to something implied or inferred; containing, abounding in, or characterized by allusions. Containing or characterized by indirect references: an allusive speech.
6. ambitious- having ambition; eagerly desirous of achieving or obtaining success, power, wealth, a specific goal, etc.: ambitious students. Eager
7. ambivalent- uncertainty or fluctuation, esp. when caused by inability to make a choice or by a simultaneous desire to say or do two opposite or conflicting things. the coexistence within an individual of positive and negative feelings toward the same person, object, or action, simultaneously drawing him or her in opposite directions
8. anguish- excruciating or acute distress, suffering, or pain: the anguish of grief. Torment. Torture
9. annoyed- To cause slight irritation to (another) by troublesome, often repeated acts. Mild disturbance.
10. antipathy- a natural, basic, or habitual repugnance; aversion. An object of natural aversion or habitual dislike.
11. anxious/anxiety- full of mental distress or uneasiness because of fear of danger or misfortune; greatly worried; solicitous: Her parents were anxious about her poor health. attended with or showing solicitude or uneasiness: anxious forebodings. earnestly desirous; eager
12. appalled- To fill with consternation or dismay. struck with fear, dread, or consternation
13. apologetic- containing an apology or excuse for a fault, failure, insult, injury, etc.: An apologetic letter to his creditors explained the delay. defending by speech or writing. sorry; regretful
14. apprehensive- uneasy or fearful about something that might happen. perceptive; discerning (usually fol. by of
15. ardent- having, expressive of, or characterized by intense feeling; passionate; fervent: an ardent vow; ardent love. intensely devoted, eager, or enthusiastic; zealous: an ardent theatergoer. an ardent student of French history. vehement; fierce: They were frightened by his ardent, burning eyes
16. audacious- extremely bold or daring; recklessly brave; fearless: an audacious explorer. extremely original; without restriction to prior ideas; highly inventive: an audacious vision of the city's bright future. recklessly bold in defiance of convention, propriety, law, or the like; insolent; brazen. lively; unrestrained; uninhibited: an audacious interpretation of her role.
17. austere- severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; forbidding: an austere teacher. rigorously self-disciplined and severely moral; ascetic; abstinent: the austere quality of life in the convent. grave; sober; solemn; serious: an austere manner. without excess, luxury, or ease; simple; limited; severe: an austere life. severely simple; without ornament: austere writing
18. aversive- Causing avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior by using an unpleasant or punishing stimulus, as in techniques of behavior modification
19. bantering- To speak to in a playful or teasing way. Good-humored, playful conversation
20. barren- not producing or incapable of producing offspring; sterile: a barren woman. unproductive; unfruitful: barren land. without capacity to interest or attract: a barren period in American architecture. mentally unproductive; dull; stupid.
21. benevolent- characterized by or expressing goodwill or kindly feelings: a benevolent attitude; her benevolent smile. desiring to help others; charitable: gifts from several benevolent alumni. intended for benefits rather than profit: a benevolent institution
22. bitter- hard to bear; grievous; distressful: a bitter sorrow. causing pain; piercing; stinging.