alphabet

Feel

Definition of feel:

part of speech: noun

The sense which perceives by touch; touch; sensation.

part of speech: verb

To perceive by touch; be conscious of; be keenly sensible of.

part of speech: verb

To know by the touch; to have the emotions excited; to produce a certain sensation when touched, as to feel hard or hot; - pr. p. feeling; pa. t. and pa. p. felt.

part of speech: verb

To know by touch; have emotions excited; impart a sensation to the touch.

part of speech: verb

To seem to the touch; as, it feels rough; have the passions moved; to grope.

part of speech: verb

To perceive by the touch; be conscious of; understand; be influenced or moved by; as, he felt the necessity of it; experience, as pleasure or pain; examine by touching or handling.

part of speech: verb

To perceive by the touch; to handle; to be conscious of; to be keenly sensible of; to have an inward persuasion of.

Usage examples for feel:

  • I feel I cannot- never, never! "Tess of the d'Urbervilles A Pure Woman", Thomas Hardy.
  • I feel as Tory does. "The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest", Margaret Vandercook.
  • Glad's no word for what I feel "The Nether World", George Gissing.

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