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No Comments amuse-31.1
Members: 251, Frames: 5
 
Class Hierarchy
amuse-31.1
    no subclasses

Members Key
abash (wn 1)
affect (wn 5; g 2)
afflict (wn 1; g 1)
affront (wn 1)
aggravate (fn 17; wn 2; g 1)
aggrieve
agitate (wn 2; g 1)
agonize (wn 1, 2)
alarm (fn 17; wn 1; g 1, 2)
alienate (wn 1; g 1)
amaze (fn 17; wn 1, 2; g 1)
amuse (fn 6; wn 1, 2; g 1)
anger (fn 17; wn 1, 2; g 1)
annoy (wn 1)
antagonize (wn 2)
appall (wn 1, 2; g 1)
appease (wn 1; g 1)
arouse (fn 17, 17; wn 4, 7; g 2, 3)
assuage (wn 1)
astonish (wn 1)
astound (wn 1)
awe (wn 1)
baffle (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
befuddle
beguile (wn 1, 2)
bewilder (wn 1, 2)
bewitch (fn 17; wn 1, 2; g 1)
boggle (fn 17, 17; wn 1, 3; g 1, 2)
bore (wn 1)
bother (wn 2, 5, 6; g 2)
browbeat (wn 1, 2)
bug (wn 1; g 1)
calm (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
captivate (wn 1)
chagrin (wn 1)
charm (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
cheer (fn 17; wn 3, 4; g 1, 2)
chill (wn 1; g 1)
cloy (wn 1)
comfort (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
concern (fn 7; wn 2; g 2)
confound (wn 1)
confuse (fn 17; wn 2, 3; g 2)
console (wn 1)
content (wn 2)
convince (fn 2, 1; wn 1; g 1)
cow (wn 1)
crush (wn 5; g 3)
cut
daunt (wn 1)
daze (wn 2)
dazzle (wn 2)
deject (wn 1)
delight (fn 17; wn 1, 3; g 1)
demolish (wn 2; g 2)
demoralize (wn 2; g 2)
depress (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
devastate (fn 17; wn 2; g 2)
disappoint (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
disarm (wn 2; g 2)
discombobulate (wn 1, 2)
discomfit (wn 1)
discompose (wn 1)
disconcert (wn 1, 2)
discourage (fn 17; wn 2; g 1)
disgrace (wn 1, 2; g 1)
disgruntle (wn 1)
disgust (wn 1, 2; g 1)
dishearten (wn 1)
dishonour (wn 1; g 1)
disillusion (wn 1)
dismay (wn 1, 2)
dispirit (wn 1)
displease (wn 1)
disquiet (wn 1)
dissatisfy (wn 1)
distract (wn 2; g 1)
distress (wn 2)
disturb (fn 17; wn 1; g 2)
divert (fn 6; g 2)
dumbfound (wn 1)
elate (wn 1)
electrify (wn 1; g 1)
embarrass (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
embolden (wn 1)
enchant (fn 17; wn 2; g 1)
encourage (wn 2; g 2)
enervate
enflame
engage (fn 17, 11; wn 2; g 1)
engross (wn 1, 2)
enlighten (wn 2; g 2)
enliven
enrage (wn 1)
enrapture (wn 1)
entertain (fn 6, 17; wn 1; g 1)
enthrall (wn 1)
enthuse (wn 1)
entice (fn 8; wn 1; g 1)
entrance (wn 1)
exasperate (fn 17; wn 1, 2; g 1)
excite (wn 1, 4, 5, 6; g 1)
exhaust (wn 1; g 1)
exhilarate (wn 1)
fascinate (fn 17; wn 1, 3; g 1)
fatigue
faze (wn 1)
flabbergast (wn 1)
flatter (wn 1)
floor (wn 1)
flummox (wn 1)
fluster (wn 1, 2)
fox (wn 2; g 1)
frighten (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
frustrate (fn 17; wn 2; g 1)
fuddle (wn 3; g 2)
gall (wn 2)
galvanize (wn 1; g 1)
gladden (wn 1, 2)
gratify (wn 1, 2)
grieve (wn 2)
harass (fn 17, 3; wn 1; g 1)
harm (g 1)
haunt (wn 2; g 1)
hearten (wn 1)
horrify (wn 1)
humble (wn 1, 2)
humiliate (wn 1)
hurt (wn 4; g 2)
hypnotize
impair
impress (fn 17; wn 1, 2, 3; g 1)
incense (wn 2)
inflame
infuriate (wn 1)
inspire (fn 9, 13; wn 3; g 1)
insult (wn 1)
interest (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
intimidate (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
intoxicate (wn 1; g 1)
intrigue (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
invigorate (wn 2, 4)
irk (wn 1)
irritate (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
jade
jar (wn 4)
jollify
jolt (wn 2; g 2)
kill (wn 6; g 5)
lull (wn 1)
madden (fn 17; wn 2, 3)
menace (g 2)
mesmerize (wn 1)
miff (wn 1)
misguide (wn 1, 2)
molest
mollify (wn 1)
mortify (wn 2)
move (wn 9, 11; g 3)
muddle (wn 2)
mystify (wn 1)
nauseate (wn 2)
nettle (wn 2)
nonplus (wn 1)
numb (wn 1)
obsess (fn 16; wn 1; g 1)
occupy (g 2)
offend (fn 17; wn 1, 3, 4; g 1)
outrage (fn 17; wn 1)
overawe (wn 1)
overwhelm (wn 1; g 1)
pacify (wn 1)
pain (wn 2)
peeve (wn 1)
perplex (wn 1)
perturb (wn 1)
pester
pique (wn 1)
placate (wn 1)
plague (wn 2; g 1)
please (wn 1; g 1)
preoccupy (wn 1; g 1)
provoke (wn 1, 4; g 2)
puzzle (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
quench
rag (wn 1, 2, 4, 5; g 1)
rankle (wn 1)
ravish
reassure (fn 17; wn 1, 2; g 1)
recharge
refresh (fn 5; wn 2; g 2)
rejuvenate (fn 5)
relax (wn 4; g 1)
relieve (wn 4, 8; g 1, 4)
repel (fn 17; wn 2, 5; g 2)
repulse (wn 2)
revitalize (wn 1)
revolt (fn 17; wn 2, 3; g 2)
rile (wn 1)
roil
ruffle (wn 2, 4; g 2)
sadden (wn 1)
satisfy (fn 17; wn 2; g 1)
scandalize (wn 1)
scare (wn 1, 2; g 1)
shake (fn 17; wn 6; g 2)
shame (fn 17; wn 1, 3; g 1)
shock (fn 17; wn 1, 2, 3; g 1)
sicken (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
smite (wn 2; g 2)
sober (fn 17; wn 1)
solace (wn 1)
soothe (wn 1)
spellbind (wn 2)
spook (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
stagger (fn 17; wn 4; g 3)
startle (wn 1)
stimulate (fn 17; wn 3, 4, 6; g 1)
sting (fn 17; wn 5; g 3)
stir (fn 17; wn 4, 6; g 2)
strike (fn 14, 15, 12, 4; wn 2; g 1)
stump (wn 1; g 1)
stun (fn 17; wn 3; g 2)
stupefy (wn 1, 2)
surprise (fn 17; wn 1; g 1)
tantalize (wn 1)
tempt (fn 8; wn 3, 5; g 1, 3)
terrify (wn 1)
terrorize (fn 6; wn 2; g 1)
threaten (wn 1; g 2)
thrill (fn 17; wn 1, 2, 4; g 1)
throw (wn 9, 15; g 5)
tickle (fn 17; wn 2; g 2)
tire (wn 4; g 2)
titillate (wn 2)
torment (fn 6, 17; wn 1, 2; g 1)
torture (fn 15; g 1, 2)
touch (wn 3; g 3)
transfix
transport (fn 10; wn 3; g 2)
trouble (wn 1, 3; g 1)
try (wn 6; g 4)
unnerve (wn 1)
unsettle (wn 1)
uplift (wn 1; g 1)
upset (fn 17; wn 2, 3; g 2)
vex (fn 17; wn 1)
weary (wn 1)
worry (fn 16, 17; wn 3, 4; g 1)
wound (wn 2)
wow (wn 1)
 

Roles Reference

Frames Reference Key
NP V NP
   example "The clown amused the children."
   syntax Stimulus V Experiencer
   semantics cause(Stimulus, E) emotional_state(result(E), Emotion, Experiencer)
NP V ADV-Middle
   example "The little children amused easily."
   syntax Experiencer V ADV
   semantics emotional_state(result(E), Emotion, Experiencer)
NP V NP-PRO-ARB
   example "The clown amused."
   syntax Stimulus V
   semantics cause(Stimulus, E) emotional_state(result(E), Emotion, Experiencer)
NP.cause V NP
   example "The clown's antics amused the children."
   syntax Stimulus <+genitive> ('s) V Experiencer
   semantics cause(Stimulus, E) emotional_state(result(E), Emotion, Experiencer)
NP V NP ADJ
   example "That movie bored me silly."
   syntax Stimulus V Experiencer Result
   semantics path_rel(start(E), Initial_State, Experiencer, ch_of_state, prep) path_rel(result(E), Result, Experiencer, ch_of_state, prep) cause(Stimulus, E) emotional_state(result(E), Emotion, Experiencer)

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