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feel

verb appreciate, be informed of, believe, conceive, conclude, deduce, glean, grasp, know, labor under, learn, note, observe, perceive, sense, share, sustain, sympathize, understand
Associated concepts: feel positive about the outcome of a case, feel the defendant is guilty or innocent
See also: deem, detect, endure, opine, perceive, suffer, surmise
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I feel as though I may lose my male audience when I list such things.
Ask children questions about how they are feeling and say how you feel about being at camp.
Do you feel as though it's the same fight in the end?
In fact, investigators do not have to match a person' s voice exactly, just close enough to encourage that individual to feel understood.
Medicine usually helps people with panic disorder feel better after a few weeks.
In "How 'Bigger' Was Born," Wright asserts, "I don't mean to say that I think that environment makes consciousness (I suppose God makes that, if there is a God), but I do say that I felt and still feel that the environment supplies the instrumentalities through which the organism expresses itself" (516).
Do you expect to feel stressed, or were you stressed, during your graduate seminar?
COACH: How do you feel about instant replay, having played under it and without it?
If you feel any pressure at all, what is the main source of this pressure?
When you're in a big jet, you feel like you're in a bus," says Erin, "but in a little plane, you can feel more of the movement," especially when the controls are in your hands.
But the first thing he will do is feel them, feel the parts and see if they're okay," Hollis says.
If he was prohibited from signing the contract, he may feel that he may have to go to Golden Boy, give them back the money and rescind the contract,'' Arum said.