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1. extremely happy & excited

1.1. Now that he's been promoted he's in seventh heaven.

1.2. I was on cloud nine after being offered the job.

1.3. The kids had a whale of a time at the theme park.

1.4. The crowds were delirious with joy.

1.5. Kate and Peter are deliriously happy together.

1.6. Most couples feel they are walking on air on their wedding day.

1.7. When he got his exam results he was floating on air.

1.8. They were overjoyed to learn that their son had not been injured in the accident.

1.9. She wasn’t exactly overjoyed at the prospect of looking after two small boys.

1.10. Thomas was as happy as a clam (at high tide) when the test was canceled.

1.11. She was feeling on top of the world after winning the tennis tournament.

1.12. I gave her a police badge to wear on her sleeve and she's as happy as Larry.

1.13. She was delighted by the news of the wedding.

1.14. I’m delighted that we have settled the matter.

1.15. He was thrilled at the prospect of seeing them again.

1.16. I was thrilled that so many people turned up to the party.

1.17. We were so thrilled to hear about the baby.

1.18. She was thrilled to bits / pieces that he'd been offered the job.

1.19. I was beside myself with joy and excitement when I won the lottery.

2. extremely sad / disappointed

2.1. He was really depressed at the thought of going into the office.

2.2. She felt very depressed about the future.

2.3. He's been a bit blue since she left him.

2.4. He’d been down in the dumps since his girlfriend left him.

2.5. She's a bit down in the dumps because she failed one of her exams.

2.6. She looked so dejected when she lost the game.

2.7. She started to feel despondent about ever finding a job.

2.8. He became / grew increasingly despondent when she failed to return his phone calls.

2.9. When he became ill he sank to the depths of despair.

2.10. They're in (the depths of) despair over / about the money they've lost.

2.11. Jill had / pulled / wore a long face when she got her exam results back.

2.12. He was beside himself with grief when she died.

2.13. I have, as you know, been slightly down in the mouth.

3. extremely angry

3.1. He was beside himself with rage when I told him what I had done.

3.2. She was absolutely furious at having been deceived.

3.3. He was furious with himself for letting things get so out of control.

3.4. Her family are furious that her name has been published by the press.

3.5. Are you doing this on purpose just to infuriate me?

3.6. It infuriates me that she was not found guilty.

3.7. He was enraged at the article about him.

3.8. He was apoplectic with rage / fury at the decision.

3.9. The prince was said to be incandescent with rage.

3.10. Workers were incensed at / by the decision to lengthen working hours.

3.11. Passengers are incensed that rail companies make huge profits while service remains poor.

3.12. He was incensed at / by the suggestion that he'd leaked details of a confidential conversation.

3.13. The thought of Pierre with Nicole had made her see red.

3.14. People who drop litter make me see red.

3.15. Every time you mention his name, she goes / turns bright red.

3.16. He stammered something and went very red in the face.

3.17. Her face was red with anger.