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But I doubt if he feels any particular emotion himself, when he is piercing you through with his rendering.
I suppose he is sick of the sound of them, or perhaps it is because he feels obliged to be conscientious in teaching Beethoven!
My head feels quite lame from so much practicing, the consequence, I suppose, of so much listening.
She is always in fear of an earthquake, and feels safer to have a light burning in readiness all night long.
These however are terms far too feeble to express the affection towards it, which the believer feels.
Oh, yes,—he has served me from my cradle; and his plain honest heart feels for his mistress's fallen fortunes, and is heavy.
A man can't know what a woman—a lady—who's been thoroughly 'in it' feels when she's put outside, and kept outside, and—trodden on.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
Let blue flames rise from the living sulphur and the sheep bleat loud as she feels the touch of the smoking sulphur.
BOB (rather jauntily, as he leans back against the end of the sofa and feels for his cigarette-case).
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
You will confess that there is danger about a Christian who feels sure that many things shall be forgiven him.

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