To become aware of through the skin; to use the sense of touch. (verb)
To experience an emotion or other mental state about. (verb)
To find one's way (literally or figuratively) by touching or using cautious movements. (verb)
To be or become aware of. (verb)
To experience the consequences of. (verb)
To think, believe, or have an impression concerning. (verb)
To receive information by touch or by any neurons other than those responsible for sight, smell, taste, or hearing. (verb)
To search by sense of touch. (verb)
To experience an emotion or other mental state. (verb)
To seem (through touch or otherwise). (verb)
To sympathise. (verb)
To understand. (verb)
A quality of an object experienced by touch. (noun)
A vague mental impression. (noun)
An act of fondling. (noun)
A vague understanding (noun)
An intuitive ability (noun)
Alternative form of feeling (noun)
Examples of word feel
As a doctor, with his finger against a pulse, is able to feel the heart rate, when I am up there speaking, I can _feel_ the reaction to what I am saying.
Sisters in Christ I feel an interest in _you_, and often has the secret prayer arisen on your behalf, Lord "open thou their eyes that they may see wondrous things out of thy Law" -- It is then, because I _do feel_ and _do pray_ for you, that
And while we believe that such efforts are praiseworthy for the reason that many persons must be first convinced in that way, still we feel that one must really _feel_ the truth of the doctrine from something within his own consciousness, before he will really _believe_ it to be truth.
I feel thankful for your praise of my conduct; all is going on well, but it would be needless to attempt to deny that I _feel_ the _change_, and
You will love the charm and rustic feel of this 2 family town house style with a single family \ "feel\". on almost 2 acres of land. 3 outbuildings including Large horse barn and sheds.