Feel

  • 21feel|ie — «FEE lee», noun. an art object or medium which the spectator can feel as well as see, smell, and sometimes hear …

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  • 22feel — index deem, detect, endure (suffer), opine, perceive, surmise Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 23Feel — m Dutch form of FELIX (SEE Felix) …

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  • 24feel|er — «FEE luhr», noun. 1. a special part of an animal s body for sensing by touch. A cat s whiskers are its feelers. The long feelers on the heads of insects help them find their way. 2. Figurative. a suggestion, remark, hint, question, or the like,… …

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  • 25feel — feel1 W1S1 [fi:l] v past tense and past participle felt [felt] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(feeling/emotion)¦ 2¦(notice)¦ 3¦(feel smooth/dry etc)¦ 4¦(feel good/strange/exciting etc)¦ 5¦(have an opinion)¦ 6 feel like (doing) something 7¦(touch)¦ 8 feel around/on/in …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 26feel — feel1 [ fil ] (past tense and past participle felt [ felt ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 have emotion/feeling ▸ 2 think particular way ▸ 3 touch to learn something ▸ 4 notice something (touching) ▸ 5 be affected by something ▸ 6 give someone a feeling ▸ 7 try… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 27feel — 1 /fi:l/ verb past tense and past participle felt /felt/ 1 FEEL HAPPY/SICK ETC (linking verb, intransitive) to experience a particular feeling or emotion: You can never tell what he s feeling. | feel fine/sick/hungry/guilty etc: I m feeling a… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 28feel — I UK [fiːl] / US [fɪl] verb Word forms feel : present tense I/you/we/they feel he/she/it feels present participle feeling past tense felt UK [felt] / US past participle felt *** 1) a) [linking verb] to be in a particular state as a result of an… …

    English dictionary

  • 29feel — [[t]fi͟ːl[/t]] ♦ feels, feeling, felt 1) V LINK If you feel a particular emotion or physical sensation, you experience it. [V adj] I am feeling very depressed... [V adj] I will always feel grateful to that little guy... [V adj] I remember feeling …

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  • 30feel — [[t]fil[/t]] v. felt, feel•ing, n. 1) phl to perceive (something) by direct physical contact: to feel the softness of fur; to feel a breeze[/ex] 2) cvb to examine by touch: to feel someone s forehead[/ex] 3) to have a physical sensation of: to… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 31feel — [c]/fil / (say feel) verb (felt, feeling) –verb (t) 1. to perceive or examine by touch. 2. to have a sensation (other than sight, hearing, taste, and smell) of. 3. to find or pursue (one s way) by touching, groping, or cautious moves. 4. to be or …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 32feel — I n. (colloq.) to have a (good) feel for II v. 1) ( to believe ) to feel keenly, strongly 2) (D; intr.) ( to have an opinion ) to feel about (how do you feel about this problem?) 3) (d; intr.) ( to grope ) to feel (around) for (he felt in his… …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 33feel*/*/*/ — [fiːl] (past tense and past participle felt [felt] ) verb I 1) [linking verb] to be in a particular state as a result of an emotion or a physical feeling I was feeling quite cheerful when we set out.[/ex] Are you feeling ill?[/ex] I feel such a… …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 34feel — v. & n. v. (past and past part. felt) 1 tr. a examine or search by touch. b (absol.) have the sensation of touch (was unable to feel). 2 tr. perceive or ascertain by touch; have a sensation of (could feel the warmth; felt that it was cold). 3 tr …

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  • 35feel — 1. verb 1) she felt the fabric Syn: touch, stroke, caress, fondle, finger, thumb, handle 2) she felt a breeze on her back Syn: perceive, sense, detect, discern, notice …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 36feel — {{11}}feel (n.) early 13c., sensation, understanding, from FEEL (Cf. feel) (v.). Meaning action of feeling is from mid 15c. Sensation produced by something is from 1739. Noun sense of sexual grope is from 1932; from verbal phrase to feel… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 37Feel It — Single infobox Name = Feel It Artist = Tamperer featuring Maya Released = 1998 Writer = Michael Jackson / Jackie Jackson / Steve Gittelman / Jim Dyke Producer = Falox Certification = Silver Genre = Pop Chart position = #1 (UK)Extra album cover… …

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  • 38feel up — transitive verb slang : to caress the upper thighs and genital area of * * * ˌfeel ˈup [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they feel up he/she/it feels up …

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  • 39feel up — v. (d; intr.) to feel up to ( to feel capable of ) (do you feel up to a drive to town?) * * * (d; intr.) to feel up to (do you feel up to a drive to town?; to feel capable of) …

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  • 40feel —    to excite sexually with the fingers    Either sex may feel the other, the same sex, or themselves:     Blank reached into his coat pocket to feel himself. (Sanders, 1981)    To obliterate such thoughts, she slid her hands between her legs and… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms