Feel

  • 61feel up to — idi+inf to feel able to, esp. to feel strong or healthy enough to …

    From formal English to slang

  • 62feel — [OE] Like its West Germanic cousins, German fühlen and Dutch voelen, feel is part of a wider Indo European word family covering notions like ‘touching’ and ‘handling’, including Greek palámē and Latin palma ‘palm of the hand’ and Latin palpāre,… …

    Word origins

  • 63feel — See: GET THE FEEL OF and HARD FEELING …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 64feel — or[look small] {v. phr.} To have the impression that one is insignificant, foolish, or humiliated. * / I feel small next to Hemingway, the young student of creative writing said./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 65feel — See: GET THE FEEL OF and HARD FEELING …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 66feel — or[look small] {v. phr.} To have the impression that one is insignificant, foolish, or humiliated. * / I feel small next to Hemingway, the young student of creative writing said./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 67feel up — verb To grope someone in a sexual manner. “Feel me up and rub your pussy against mine, thatll make the pain in my bummy go away, it will,” she told me. I felt sorry for her. And I guess thats why I let her show me how girls made out without boys …

    Wiktionary

  • 68feel — v To understand. You know me but do you feel me? 1990s …

    Historical dictionary of American slang

  • 69feel — See: get the feel of and hard feeling …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 70feel — n a sexual contact, a grope or caress. In American teen jargon the word is often heard in the phrase cop a feel …

    Contemporary slang

  • 71feel — An expression used to describe a pilot’s reaction when using an aircraft control. If the control is power operated or power assisted, an artificial feel is usually put on the control stick to give the pilot a correct impression of the effect of… …

    Aviation dictionary

  • 72feel up to — have the strength and energy to. → feel …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 73feel — I. v. n. 1. Perceive (by the touch), have feeling. 2. Be perceived (by the touch). 3. Be moved (in the affections), be excited, be stirred, be warmed, be wrought up, be impressed. 4. Have the consciousness of being, be conscious of being (sorry,… …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 74feel —   1. Grope, touch. Hāhā, hāhā hele, hāpapa, ho opāpā, pā, mili, kūpāpā.   2. As emotion. Ike, lohe, komo, loku; o oki (as intoxication).    ♦ To feel angry, pi i ka huhū …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 75feel up — transitive verb Date: 1930 to touch or fondle (someone) for sexual pleasure …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 76feel up to — verb a) to be confident in being able to do something b) to have an inclination to do something …

    Wiktionary

  • 77feel — drog. Sentimientos …

    Diccionario Lunfardo

  • 78feel — North Country (Newcastle) Words to smell, a very common peculiarity in the North …

    English dialects glossary

  • 79feel — v. a. part. ‘yvelde.’ RG. 185 …

    Oldest English Words

  • 80feel — fɪːl n. touch; sense; emotion; act of feeling; sense of touch; act of fondling or touching in a sexual manner (Slang) v. physically sense; emotionally sense; examine by touching; find one s way by touch, grope; believe, think; seem …

    English contemporary dictionary