Worried Emoji

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Emotions, including negative ones, are a sign of a living person. It is normal and not shameful to feel, to be afraid, to be anxious. Besides, emotions add colors to life: without negative emotions there will be no positive ones. So it is with emoji – there are pictures that convey exclusively positive feelings, and there are those that are not so happy. Today we want to draw your attention to a few emoticons suitable for describing such an emotion as Worried. Let’s see if there is a fundamental difference between them and when it is appropriate to use them.

Worried Emoji

😟 The “Worried” emoticon was assigned the code U+1F61F, with which it was added to the Faces and Emotions section of the Unicode 6.1 standard in 2012.

Amazed Emoji

😦 The “Amazed” emoticon was assigned the code U+1F626, with which it was added to the Faces and Emotions section of the Unicode 6.1 standard in 2012.

Suffering Emoji

😧 The “Suffering” emoticon was assigned the code U+1F627, with which it was added to the Faces and Emotions section of the Unicode 6.1 standard in 2012.

Distressed Emoji

😖 The “Distressed” emoticon was assigned the code U+1F616, with which it was added to the Faces and Emotions section of Unicode 6.0 in 2010.

Meaning of the Worried Emoji

Worry isn’t always fear, sometimes it’s just a negative habit. It’s just a negative habit that’s developed over time and has no objective reason for it.

Worry is an emotional experience about something, that deprives a person of inner peace and the ability to think and act effectively. We can be anxious about an upcoming meeting with someone in person, before taking an exam or a diploma, before visiting an unfamiliar place (first day of college, first day of work, etc.)

And all these situations make us feel different grades of Worry. Hence the emojis we use to depict this emotion can also vary. This is why in our Worried Emoji list you can see emoticons with quite unexpected official names, such as, for example, “Amazed”. But we feel this emoticon pretty suitable for what we are discussing today.

The Use of the Worried Emoji

All emoji from our list express an emotional state, which can be conveyed by the expressions “out of place”, “out of sorts”. For example, bitter, sour, disgusting, a state of emotional rejection or disgust from something.

These emoticons can reflect the emotional inner struggle of quite different and rather even opposite feelings, express the meaning of strong doubt, or strong excitement, reflect the emotional state of overcoming great difficulties, troubles, or, on the contrary, reflect the refusal of something along with unwillingness to face unpleasant.

Emoji Worried

The most “powerful” emoji in this category is, of course, the face with squeezed eyes and a wavy mouth line. It tells us that he feels bad now, he is perplexed, he is upset, he is angry and offended at the same time.

Psychologists believe that if a person tightly squeezed his eyes and clenched his mouth, then this means that a person fails, collapse, perhaps that this emoticon conveys this. That is, it is as if he is ashamed, and he wants that his collapse no one saw, but everyone sees, then the only way to hide from the discussion of others is not to see anyone and not to talk to anyone. So, extreme excitement.

Such an emoticon can be sent if, for example, you are ashamed of the words you said or the deed. Also it is well suited to unpleasant situations that cause negative emotions. With the help of it you can show the interlocutor that it is awkward, unpleasant or embarrassing. It perfectly conveys the emotion when you don’t know where to go from the awkwardness. Overall, the emotion is negative and not the most pleasant.


Worry is an innate emotion, an inner tension that arises in a situation of uncertainty. A person does not yet understand what to expect from the future and assumes the worst case scenario in order to maximize self-protection and escape. As you can see, this is a rather complex emotion that different people express in different ways. So the emoji from our list today reflect different facets of such emotion as Worry.

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