Tone Map (Poetry Out Loud), 5

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  1. pragmatic
    concerned with practical matters
  2. proud
    feeling self-respect, self-esteem, or self-importance
  3. provocative
    serving or tending to excite or stimulate
  4. questioning
    a request for information
  5. rallying
    the act of mobilizing for a common purpose
  6. reflective
    capable of physically throwing back light or sound
  7. reminisce
    recall the past
  8. reproachful
    expressing disapproval, blame, or disappointment
  9. resignation
    the act of giving up, as a claim or office or possession
  10. respectful
    exhibiting an attitude of admiration or esteem
  11. restrained
    under control
  12. reticent
    reluctant to draw attention to yourself
  13. reverent
    feeling or showing profound respect or veneration
  14. rueful
    feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses
  15. sad
    experiencing or showing sorrow or unhappiness
  16. sarcastic
    expressing or expressive of ridicule that wounds
  17. sardonic
    disdainfully or ironically humorous
  18. satirical
    exposing human folly to ridicule
  19. satisfied
    filled with contentment
  20. seductive
    tending to entice into a desired action or state
  21. critical
    of a serious examination and judgment of something
  22. dramatize
    represent something in a theatrical manner
  23. self-justification
    a defense of some offensive behavior or some failure to keep a promise etc.
  24. mocking
    expressing contempt or ridicule
  25. self-pity
    excessive or overly indulgent sorrow over one's own troubles
  26. self-satisfied
    contented to a fault with oneself or one's actions
  27. sentimental
    marked by tender, romantic, or nostalgic emotion
  28. serious
    of great consequence
  29. severe
    unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment
  30. sharp
    having a point or thin edge suitable for cutting or piercing
  31. shocked
    struck with fear, dread, or surprise

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