Wistful 1100 Words You Need Week 45 Day 1 Wistful 1100 Words You Need Week 45 Day 1 /ˈwɪst.fəl/ (adj) sad and pensive, nostalgic, sad and thinking about something in the past, longing, yearning, melancholy, rueful, regretful, contemplative, reflective, mournful, thoughtful, doleful Sinatra’s September of my Years is an entire album of such songs, a … Read more
Pensive 1100 Words You Need Week 35 Day 4 Pensive 1100 Words You Need Week 35 Day 4 /ˈpent.sɪv/ (adj) thinking deeply in a quiet manner, reflective, engaged in deep thought, thoughtful, contemplative, meditative, introspective, ruminative, preoccupied, lost in thought, brooding, pondering, absorbed Sitting among them as they gawked over the arousing scenes, a flood … Read more
Sleep On It 1100 Words You Need Sleep On It 1100 Words You Need Week 26 Day 4 to think about a decision carefully before making it, reflect on something deeply, consider a case or decision profoundly, be reflective or pensive, contemplate, ponder, weigh In an experiment led by researchers at the University of Illinois, … Read more
Introspective 1100 Words You Need Introspective 1100 Words You Need /ˌɪn.trəˈspek.tɪv/ (adj) examining your own feelings, thoughts and motives, self-absorbed, self-examining, inward-looking, contemplative, deep in thought, lost in thought, soul-searching, meditative, thoughtful, pensive After a long day of school and friends, I find comfort in putting in the headphones, turning up the music and just … Read more
Preoccupied Preoccupied (adj) /ˌpriːˈɒk.jʊ.paɪd/ US /-ˈɑː.kjuː-/ focusing all your attention on something particular and not paying attention to other things due to being worried or nervous – anxious, thoughtful, inattentive, pensive, engrossed She’s taken a term off at the university because she’s preoccupied with her silk young daughter these days. Antonyms: carefree, indifferent
Profound Profound (adj) /prəˈfaʊnd/ showing a great perception and understanding of important issues – deep and thoughtful – perceptive – reflective – insightful – intense – acute: Solving this difficult math problem requires a profound understanding of complicated equations.