The Wheel of Feelings

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<p>This circular diagram from English teacher Kaitlin Robbs&nbsp;is perfect for finding the right word for the right feeling. The most basic emotions (e.g., happy, sad, fear) make up the center of the wheel, and as you move outward the synonyms get more complex (e.g., loving, remorseful, alienated) until you’ve found the word you were really looking for all along.</p>

<p>This tool is a must-have for writers of all ages, or people just looking to improve their vocabulary.&nbsp;</p>

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