felt, past tense; feels, 3rd person singular present; felt, past participle; feeling, present participle;
Be aware of (a person or object) through touching or being touched
she felt someone touch her shoulder
Be aware of (something happening) through physical sensation
she felt the ground give way beneath her
Examine or search by touch
he touched her head and felt her hair
he felt around for the matches
Be capable of sensation
the dead cannot feel
Give a sensation of a particular physical quality when touched
the wool feels soft
Find one's way by touch rather than sight
she plunged into the darkness of the tunnel, feeling her way along the walls
Act cautiously, esp. in an area with which one is unfamiliar
she was new in the job, still feeling her way
Investigate something cautiously
they want to feel out the situation
Fondle someone for one's own sexual stimulation
Experience (an emotion or sensation)
I felt a sense of excitement
I felt angry and humiliated
Consider oneself to be in a particular state or exhibiting particular qualities
he doesn't feel obliged to visit every weekend
Have the strength and energy to do or deal with
after the accident she didn't feel up to driving
Be healthy and well
Ruth was not quite feeling herself
Be emotionally affected by
he didn't feel the loss of his mother so keenly
Have a specified reaction or attitude, esp. an emotional one, toward something
we feel very strongly about freedom of expression
Have compassion for
poor woman—I feel for her
Have a belief or impression, esp. without an identifiable reason
she felt that the woman positively disliked her
Hold an opinion
I felt I could make a useful contribution
An act of touching something to examine it
The sense of touch
he worked by feel rather than using his eyes
A sensation given by an object or material when touched
nylon cloth with a cotton feel
The impression given by something
the restaurant has a modern bistro feel
an intuitive awareness; "he has a feel for animals" or "it's easy when you get the feel of it";
undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mind; "She felt resentful"; "He felt regret"
spirit: the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people; "the feel of the city excited him"; "a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting"; "it had the smell of treason"
find: come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds; "I feel that he doesn't like me"; "I find him to be obnoxious"; "I found the movie rather entertaining"
perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles; "He felt the wind"; "She felt an object brushing her arm"; "He felt his flesh crawl"; "She felt the heat when she got out of the car"
tactile property: a property perceived by touch
Feel is a Polish band which was formed in Katowice (Upper Silesia) in 2005. Originally called 'Q2', the band later adopted 'Kupicha Band' as its name and then finally 'Feel'.
is the name of a Japanese based company that specializes in the production of anime.
Feel is first album released by a Polish pop rock band Feel. The album has earned Diamond certification in Poland.
Feel is a studio album by former Deep Purple, Black Sabbath and Trapeze vocalist/ bassist Glenn Hughes. It was released in 1995 on Zero Corporation and SPV records and was Hughes’ fourth solo studio album.
"Feel" is a J-pop song which lyrics are written by Japanese singer-songwriter Kumi Koda and Hitoshi Shimono; Koda & Shimono wrote the lyrics together while Shimono wrote the music and arranged the song. ...
Feel is the third studio album by Japanese psychedelic-folk rock duo Nagisa Ni te. It was released in 2002 by Org Records. In 2002, P-Vine Records re-released this album followed by Jagjaguwar in 2002 for North American/European distribution.
A quality of an object experienced by touch; A vague mental impression; An act of fondling; A vague understanding; An intuitive ability; To become aware of through the skin; to use the sense of touch; To experience an emotion or other mental state about; To find one's way (literally or ...
(feeling) Sensation, particularly through the skin; Emotion; impression; Emotional state or well-being; Emotional attraction or desire; Intuition; An opinion, an attitude; Emotionally sensitive
(FEELING) Used most often to describe what the prospect is experiencing on an emotional level. Because people are so often governed by what they’re feeling in the moment, understanding what you’re prospect feels is key to your success.
(Feeling) (Sensation) is one of the 5 Skandhas (5 Aggregates). There are 3 types of feelings: pleasant, unpleasant and neutral. Fearlessness, joy and empathy are identified as absolute feeling, since they correspond to the nature of the psyche. ...
(Feeling) A conscious mental reaction (as anger or fear) subjectively experienced as strong feeling usually directed toward a specific object and typically accompanied by physiological and behavioral changes in the body.
(Feeling) A mental factor that functions to experience pleasant, unpleasant, or neutral objects. See Understanding the Mind.
(Feeling) A sensation or a perception, bodily consciousness, a physical or emotional response: hurt, anger, sadness, loneliness, rejection, joy, intoxication with a natural high. Clients in treatment must learn to communicate on a feeling level, e.g. "I'm feeling happy, sad, guilty. ...
(Feeling) Accuracy, anti-personnel and anti-armor damage are raised when close by allies with which he has a good friendship.
(Feeling) Affective experience represented by the individual as pleasantness, excitements calmness, happiness etc.
(Feeling) One of the four psychic functions. It is a rational function, which evaluates the worth of relationships and situations. Feeling must be distinguished from emotion, which is due to an activated complex.
(Feeling) Quality that allows the rider to subtly sense, in an almost innate way, what the mental and physical disposition of the horse is.
(Feeling) The first sensual awareness. If we explain the sensual awareness in a certain way or add an attachment or mental explanation to it, it becomes an emotion. ...
(Feeling) The language of the soul. If you want to know your truth about something, look to how you feel about it. Feelings are like wordless thoughts, incapable of being adequately described in words. For example, how do you describe Joy to someone? You really can’t. How do you define Love? ...