feel Idioms & Phrases


- To feel of

  • to examine by touching.
Webster 1913

class feeling

  • noun feelings of envy and resentment of one social or economic class for toward another
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express feelings

  • verb give verbal or other expression to one's feelings
    express emotion.
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feel for

  • verb share the suffering of
    pity; condole with; sympathize with; compassionate.
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feel like

  • verb have an inclination for something or some activity
    • I feel like staying in bed all day
    • I feel like a cold beer now
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feel like a million

  • verb be in excellent health and spirits
    feel like a million.
    • he feels like a million after he got the promotion
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feel like a million dollars

  • verb be in excellent health and spirits
    feel like a million.
    • he feels like a million after he got the promotion
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feel out

  • verb try to learn someone's opinions and intentions
    check out; sound out.
    • I have to sound out the new professor
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feeling of movement

  • noun the perception of body position and movement and muscular tensions etc
    kinaesthesia; kinesthesia.
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fellow feeling

  • noun sharing the feelings of others (especially feelings of sorrow or anguish)
    sympathy.
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fellow-feeling

Fel"low-feel"ing noun

Definitions
  1. Sympathy; a like feeling.
  2. Joint interest. Obs. Arbuthnot.
Webster 1913

guilt feelings

  • noun remorse caused by feeling responsible for some offense
    guilty conscience; guilt; guilt trip.
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intuitive feeling

  • noun an intuitive understanding of something
    feeling.
    • he had a great feeling for music
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sinking feeling

  • noun a feeling caused by uneasiness or apprehension
    sinking.
    • with a sinking heart
    • a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach
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To feel after

  • to search for; to seek to find; to seek as a person groping in the dark. "If haply they might feel after him, and find him."
Webster 1913

To feel at home

  • to be at one's ease.
Webster 1913

To feel one's pulse

  • . (a) To ascertain, by the sense of feeling, the condition of the arterial pulse. (b) Hence, to sound one's opinion; to try to discover one's mind.
Webster 1913

To feel the helm

  • to obey it.
  • (Naut.), to obey it.
Webster 1913