Thesaurus / feel out
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No one who has not felt it can imagine how we all feel out here in regard to such matters.
His purpose was to feel out the city from a practical point of view.
THE FORGED NOTEOSCAR MICHEAUX
From that time forward he seemed to feel out of his element at Plassans.
So it seemed as if there was no good reason why Longlegs should feel out of sorts.
It made me feel out of breath, as if I had been walking too fast.
MY AUSTRIAN LOVEMAXIME PROVOST
"I don't see why you should feel out of sorts," Harry said in a sorrowful tone.
A RUNAWAY BRIG;JAMES OTIS
I did not like to feel out of harmony with him, and so almost angrily I reproached him.
THE LIGHT OF SCARTHEYEGERTON CASTLE
Bob really had a good head for machinery though, and now he was beginning to feel out his path.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTHFREDERIC S. ISHAM
I am going to keep away from you,” he went on, “till I feel out of danger.
He does so, and looks at me, when I feel out of my wits for joy.

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