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To examine through the sense of touch
“The shop assistant encouraged her to feel the superior fabric of the handbag in hopes that she would purchase it.”
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To be aware of through touching or being touched
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“He would feel a tap on his shoulder, and it turned out to be his mother who had been looking for him all day.”
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(general or positive) To experience an emotion or sensation
“The joy of having a loyal pet dog is something that everyone should feel in their lives.”
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(negative) To experience an emotion or sensation
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“I hope you never have to feel the pain of having your heart broken.”
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To move without the benefit of perfect vision
“The power was cut off in the middle of the night, and I would feel my way towards the cabinet where the candles were.”
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To touch with the purpose of ascertaining the degree of something
“Could you take the cake out of the oven and feel it to see if it's fully cooked?”
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To hold an opinion
“I feel that the president should not be spending so much time on social media.”
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(with clause) To believe without reason
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“I feel that this earth might actually be flat.”
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To outwardly look or be perceived as
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“The naughty kid told us to skip class and it would feel like a good idea at the time.”
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To consider or regard somebody or something as
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To attain or achieve
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(somewhat rare) To make a statement of opinion
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(of a position, state, or form) To acquire or assume
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Touch or fidget with something in a restless or nervous way
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To harbor feelings or thoughts
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(euphemistic) To have intimate relations with someone
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To feel deep sadness, distress or anguish
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To predict, prophesy, or tell of future events
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Listen to woes of another
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To want, choose to do, have something
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To become aware of through one's senses
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Be absorbed in thought
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Act in response to something; respond in a particular way
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Communicate, experience with another
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To become aware of through one's senses
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(mass noun) The sense of touch
“You can tell if a tomato is ripe by feel.”
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(usually in singular) The sensation from touching something
“The feel of the exquisite silk dress was soft and smooth when she ran her hands across it.”
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The mood in a given environment
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“The chic furniture and subtle lighting has given this bar a very luxuriant feel.”
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An intuitive skill or ability
“Michael Jordan had a real feel for the game of basketball that could never be taught.”
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A general trajectory in which someone or something is developing or trending
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An inexplicable awareness or impression
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A sense or feeling about someone or something, usually formed intuitively or unconsciously
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A distinctive manner or method of dealing with something
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The outward appearance or apparent form of something
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A state of consciousness or knowledge of something
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A gentle or loving touch
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Close acquaintance with or knowledge of something
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Types of senses
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