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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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Surely, this would have never ever occurred to these well-served, well-fed and enormously well-off dudes, as the overwhelmingly deprived, denied and downtrodden citizens of this nation have never ever come any compellingly and feelingly to them.
However Lady Gaga says her latest performance in not linked to bulimia in any form and it was a way to express her feelingly artistically.
In my comments to the New York legislature on this law I 'expatiated feelingly on the delicate situation it placed an unfortunate woman in, who might by accident be delivered stillborn.
I see ["how the world goes"] feelingly," says Gloucester at his moment of greatest clarity in King Lear.
It would be understandable if, as the author of a fine biography of Father Ted Kennedy, Edmund Campion were to nominate, as his own favourite contribution to this book, what he writes so feelingly about Kennedy and the Redfern pastor's associate and teacher Shirley Smith ('Mum Shirl').
There is, for example, in both his poetry and prose, the idea that suffering renews faith, as Tagore said it feelingly in an essay of 1912: suffering "is the seed that has fallen from the tree of Christ's life on Europe's soil" (Khristo, p.
But a nasty looking fall from Elsafeer at the fourth fence in the 2m1/2f novice handicap chase saw Johnson limp feelingly back to the weighing room after Taunton Andrew King being attended to for some time by medical staff.
The US writer has sold more than 600 million copies of her writes very feelingly and honestly about the kind of issues real women face - finding love, taking care of a family and keeping them together against the odds, pursuing a dream or a career.
Sylvia's sister Cecile spoke feelingly at the funeral, calling Sylvia her best friend.
At our first meeting I referred feelingly to previous prehistoric novels I had read, featuring such anachronisms as prehistoric rabbit hunting, Neolithic elk skins, and so forth.