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  • For the first time these two groups felt they had common cause with each other.
  • He felt that this was the best work he had done.
  • The pressure felt is due to the weight of the water above the person.
  • It felt like everything in my life and around me was controlled by others.
  • Mere weeks after their live debut, the band felt ready to record the album.
  • Therefore the damage is not felt until it is too late.
  • Neither of these can be seen but can be felt.
  • Everyone in the crowd felt that we were never going to go back.
  • The difference can also be felt by holding the hand in front of the lips.
  • In the army, she "felt she was among free women for the first time."
  • Next comes fire, which can be heard, felt and seen.
  • I also told him that I know exactly how he felt.
  • After nine months, he no longer felt safe in public.
  • Extreme pain may also be felt at or around the site.
  • It's how I felt then and I still feel it now.
  • I felt a man who could write such a book would undoubtedly lead Germany.
  • Some felt the language was too complex; others, too simple.
  • She has said that during this period, she felt exploited by the industry.
  • He felt the small cars at the time were just stripped down big cars.
  • Depending on the size of the project, some may felt faster than others.
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Synonyms of felt

Meaning of felt

  • noun A fabric made of compressed matted animal fibers
  • verb Mat together and make felt-like
    felt the wool
  • verb Cover with felt
    felt a cap
  • verb Change texture so as to become matted and felt-like
    The fabric felted up after several washes