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    felt unacknowledged, misunderstood, and angry

    Isn't this ungrammatical? Doesn't it have to be "felt unacknowledged and angry and misunderstood"?
    43)In other words, he meant, I was focused on my intention, while Eleanor was focused on the consequences. She and I were having two different conversations. In the end, we both felt unacknowledged, misunderstood, and angry. The more I thought about what Ken had said, the more (b)I recognized that this battle-intention vs. consequences-was the root cause of so much interpersonal discord.

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    Re: felt unacknowledged, misunderstood, and angry

    No, it isn't ungrammatical.

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    Re: felt unacknowledged, misunderstood, and angry

    Does "felt misunderstood" make sense here?

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    Re: felt unacknowledged, misunderstood, and angry

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Does "felt misunderstood" make sense here?
    It makes sense to me.

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    Re: felt unacknowledged, misunderstood, and angry

    Just like "unacknowledged" and "angry", "misunderstood" is an adjective in this use.

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