feel hurt

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But she did keep on; she kept on too long; and then I began to feel hurt.
Philip tried sometimes to put in something to help his friend, and Weeks gently crushed him, but so kindly, differently from the way in which he answered Hayward, that even Philip, outrageously sensitive, could not feel hurt.
Coleen says I CAN understand you feel hurt, particularly when you've shared that home together for more than 20 years.
I am fully aware that there are poorer people living in these wards, however I feel hurt that they assume that all residents are the same, especially as I work hard to earn a living.
com "The pain and the hurt is unbearable and no family or friend should ever feel hurt like this.
They feel hurt and they feel left out," she told Radio 4's The World At One programme.
I feel hurt, angry and a little bit bewildered because I can't seem to get it right with men.
She told US talkshow host Ryan Seacrest: "These type of scenes make me feel uncomfortable and I also don't think any career is worth making the person you love the most feel hurt.
I've turned down scripts, because I felt like it was things that not only make me feel uncomfortable, but I don't think any career is worth stressing out the person that you love the most or making them feel hurt.
I feel hurt to see Mr Samuel comparing her with Indian tennis star Sania Mirza.
I CAN appreciate why you may feel hurt and humiliated by your husband falling for a younger woman but I'm worried that it could be preventing you from putting the past behind you and creating a new life.
Through the whole fight, I didn't feel hurt or jaded or fazed, it was just comfortable.