feeling

All Noun Verb
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  • Info Feeling is the nominalization of the verb to feel. more...
  • By feeling pain one can feel how others feel when they are in pain.
  • They said nothing about the water being cold or feeling pain.
  • It gives the visitors the feeling that they are going back in time.
  • What conditions are required and what are appropriate conditions for feeling fear of death?
  • They finally meet and cannot hide their long-time feelings for each other.
  • He dropped her to cover his feelings and re-accepted because he felt guilty.
  • Besides the feeling of loss, a lack of understanding by others is often important.
  • Both felt that it explained many things they had been feeling.
  • People on both sides of the wall have mixed feelings about it.
  • On my side feelings developed gradually over the next two years.
  • It brought back that whole feeling of making records.
  • There was no growth -- only a feeling of "things have to get better."
  • These feelings ran high in the county's largest town also.
  • And when you work with that kind of feeling, you can take chances.
  • When parliament met, however, he made no secret of his feelings.
  • I grew up in that area and I have a lot of feelings about it.
  • But this is the greatest feeling in the world!
  • They understood each other's feelings, and decided to go to the dance together.
  • Many people therefore lack the comfort of feeling "at home" when at home.
  • I was not feeling well when he left.
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Root form of feeling is feel for the verb.

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Meaning of feeling

  • noun The experiencing of affective and emotional states
    she had a feeling of euphoria, he had terrible feelings of guilt, I disliked him and the feeling was mutual
  • noun A physical sensation that you experience
    he had a queasy feeling, I had a strange feeling in my leg, he lost all feeling in his arm
  • noun An intuitive understanding of something
    he had a great feeling for music
  • verb Undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mind
    She felt resentful, He felt regret
  • verb Perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles
    He felt the wind, She felt an object brushing her arm, He felt his flesh crawl, She felt the heat when she got out of the car
  • verb Be conscious of a physical, mental, or emotional state
    My cold is gone--I feel fine today, She felt tired after the long hike, She felt sad after her loss
  • verb Have a feeling or perception about oneself in reaction to someone's behavior or attitude
    She felt small and insignificant, You make me feel naked, I made the students feel different about themselves
  • verb Undergo passive experience of:"we felt the effects of inflation"
    her fingers felt their way through the string quartet, she felt his contempt of her
  • verb Be felt or perceived in a certain way
    The ground feels shaky, The sheets feel soft
  • verb Grope or feel in search of something
    He felt for his wallet
  • verb Examine by touch
    Feel this soft cloth!, The customer fingered the sweater
  • verb Find by testing or cautious exploration
    He felt his way around the dark room
  • verb Produce a certain impression
    It feels nice to be home again
  • verb Pass one's hands over the sexual organs of
    He felt the girl in the movie theater