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feeling

(Compassion), noun aesthetic sense, affect, affection, appreciation, ardor, capacity, chord vibration, commiseration, delicacy, discernment, discrimination, echo, emotion, empathy, faculty, fellow feeling, fervor, heart, intuition, judgment, keenness, passion, pathos, pity, refinement, response, sensibility, sentiment, sharpness, soul, spirit, susceptivity, sympathy, taste, tenderheartedness, tenderness, vibe, warmth

feeling

(Consciousness), noun activity, awareness, contractibility, discrimination, enjoyment, excitation, excitement, feel, feeling in one's bones, flash, foreboding, funny feeling, galvanism, gut feeling, hunch, impressibility, impression, innervation, intuition, intuitive impression, motility, motor response, perception, perceptiveness, perceptivity, preapprehension, premonition, presentiment, reaction, receptivity, reflex, sensation, sense, sensibility, sensitiveness, sensory response, sensuality, sentience, shrinking, susceptibility, suspicion, synesthesia, tact, tactfulness, vague feeling, voluptuousness

feeling

(Premonition), noun attitude, conception, estimation, feeling sensibilities, foreboding, gut reaccion, hunch, idea, inkling, notion, opinion, outlook, point of view, position, posture, sentiment, stance, theory, thought, viewpoint, way of thinking

feeling

(Suspicion), noun assumption, belief, common belief, concept, conclusion, conjecture, consideration, hunch, idea, impression, inkling, intuition, judgment, notion, observation, opinion, premonition, presumption, preeailing belief, prevailing sentiment, reaction, response, sense, sentiment, stance, supposition, theory, thinking, thought, vague feeling, view, viewpoint

feeling

(View), noun air, atmosphere, attitude, belief, character, characteristic, conception, estimation, feeling sensibilities, idea, mood, notion, opinion, outlook, point of view, position, posture, sentiment, stance, theory, thought, viewpoint, way of thinking
Associated concepts: feeling about the outcome of a case
See also: affection, belief, climate, concept, fervent, humanity, impression, notion, opinion, passion, perceptive, perspective, pity, point of view, position, posture, premonition, reaction, response, sensibility, sensitive, tenor
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The gruff tones of Hugo's voice, with an occasional shout when his feelings overcame him, were very impressive, and the audience applauded the moment he paused for breath.
When she became sensible of this, it struck her that she could not be very much in love; for in spite of her previous and fixed determination never to quit her father, never to marry, a strong attachment certainly must produce more of a struggle than she could foresee in her own feelings.
Enough has been said, I trust, to shew that Recognition by Feeling is not so tedious or indecisive a process as might have been supposed; and it is obviously more trustworthy than Recognition by hearing.
At the same instant his ear caught a sort of indistinct sound on the stairs, followed by the measured tread of soldiery, with the clanking of swords and military accoutrements; then came a hum and buzz as of many voices, so as to deaden even the noisy mirth of the bridal party, among whom a vague feeling of curiosity and apprehension quelled every disposition to talk, and almost instantaneously the most deathlike stillness prevailed.
Who that knows what his misfortunes have been, can help feeling an interest in him?
Many men would have retained a feeling of vindictiveness towards Adam, but he would not--he would resolutely overcome all littleness of that kind, for he had certainly been very much in the wrong; and though Adam had been harsh and violent, and had thrust on him a painful dilemma, the poor fellow was in love, and had real provocation.
One mild morning in the beginning of November, it happened that I was standing outside the portico patting lazy old Caesar, a Newfoundland almost blind with age, the only dog that ever took any notice of me--for the very dogs shunned me, and fawned on the happier people about me--when the groom brought up my brother's horse which was to carry him to the hunt, and my brother himself appeared at the door, florid, broad-chested, and self-complacent, feeling what a good-natured fellow he was not to behave insolently to us all on the strength of his great advantages.
While it is on you can do nothing and think of nothing, though feeling at the time bound to do something.
She may have had no particular feeling for him, but succumbed to his wish from propinquity or idleness, to find then that she was powerless in a snare of her own contriving.
That was the first thing that struck him, an abject, miserable fool, and he repeated it to himself a dozen times in a rush of angry feeling.
We were all feeling seedy, and we were getting quite nervous about it.
This is all very fine, but things must be settled," said Prince Vasili to himself, with a sorrowful sigh, one morning, feeling that Pierre who was under such obligations to him ("But never mind that") was not behaving very well in this matter.