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|Rank of this word in the English language, from analyzing texts from Project Gutenberg.|
Third person singular
- (transitive) To become aware of through the skin; to use the sense of touch.
- You can feel a heartbeat if you put your fingers on your breast.
- (transitive) To have a sensation of something without the use of touch, sight, hearing, smell, or taste.
- I can feel the sadness in his poems.
- (transitive) To find one's way (literally or figuratively) by touching or using cautious movements.
- I felt my way through the darkened room.
- I felt my way cautiously through the dangerous business maneuver.
- (transitive) To be or become aware of.
- (transitive) To experience emotion concerning.
- (transitive) To experience the consequences of.
- Feel my wrath!
- (transitive) To think, believe, or have an impression concerning.
- I feel that we need to try harder.
- (intransitive) To receive information by touch or by any neurons other than those responsible for sight, smell, taste, or hearing.
- (intransitive) To grope; to examine by touch.
- He felt for the light switch in the dark.
- (intransitive) To perceive a state of mind or of body.
- It looks like wood, but it feels more like plastic.
- (intransitive) To sympathise.
- I feel for you and your plight
- I feel bad. means either I seem to myself to be sick. or I am full of regret.
- I feel badly. means I have trouble experiencing emotions. or I am not able to use the sense of touch well.
- A quality of an object experienced by touch.
- Bark has a rough feel.
- A vague mental impression.
- You should get a feel of the area before moving in.
- An act of fondling.
- She gave me a quick feel to show that she loves me.
- A vague understanding
- I'm getting a feel for what you mean.
- An intuitive ability
- She has a feel for music.
feel (plural feeloj)
- mallard, Anas platyrhyncus
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