feel[ feel ]SEE DEFINITION OF feel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEEL
He never ceased to feel cheated when he was obliged to ride in New York.
I feel the breath of life taken away from me by the multitude.
I have more than once tried to deceive you, but you will feel that I am not now speaking falsely.
He was pleased, moreover, to feel a new respect for Uncle Peter.
I'll feel safe enough about my money as long as you keep your health.
She could feel the shears against her hair, and she was so scared she swore like he told her.
In spite of her calculations, in spite of her love of money, he could make her feel her weakness.
"I feel as if I should like some fish for breakfast," said Robert one morning, on waking up.
He knew that it would do no good, and would only make her feel troubled.
I feel very deeply thankful, and that is about all that I can say.