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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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I readily and, I trust, feelingly acknowledge the duty incumbent on us all as men and citizens, and as among the highest and holiest of our duties, to provide for those who, in the mysterious order of Providence, are subject to want and to disease of body of mind; but I can not find any authority in the Constitution for making the Federal Government the great almoner of public charity throughout the United States.
He cranked it again, feelingly, then cranked it rapidly, then he removed his coat, but the car was sullen.
He wanted to see deposition and rebellion repeated feelingly in a Shakespearean flame he could study.
You see how this world goes," says Lear to the blinded Gloucester; "I see it feelingly," he replies.
Goodway writes feelingly of the impact of such attitudes on his own life and work as a historian.
White has spoken feelingly of his struggle "to create completely fresh forms out of the rocks and sticks of words," (Flynn and Brennan, 1989,16) His strategy was the devising of a technique that is closer to of poetry than to the more staid resources of traditional prose: imagery, symbol, syntax and rhythm work powerfully on the reader to evoke what one critic has described as a 'hallucinated attention.
Ballas's artistry feelingly renders a man fraught with regret for his first wife Jane, now dead, and lost son; for Assad the poet's disappointment in him; for Qassem the Communist's imprisonment and exile; for the misery of his scholarly daughter by his second wife, wed to a shiftless husband, mother to an unhappy child.
Here is a Gower "more subtle" (36) and less indulgent than he has been represented, a writer who confronts difficult choices sensibly and feelingly.
Feelingly he described as he lit his candle he did so for all the unmarried mums who died with their children because that is how his mum and he would have been.
Or Sam Mendes, whose caption for his Twelfth Night, "O learn to read what silent love hath writ," called attention not to words but to gesture and silence, to seeing feelingly.
Critics have voiced serious concerns representing collective atrocity, for reasons that include: giving priority to authenticity; hesitating to lose the individual testimony within a representation of a collective event; respecting a victim's ownership of an experience and/or story; fearing that art will make light of horrific events; and, cautioning that writing about suffering too feelingly may appropriate others' traumatic experiences, overshadowing them with their own.
The Curiosity of Chance" is a slick replay of the '80s-flashback coming-out serio-comedy, terrain already handled more feelingly in indies like "Edge of Seventeen" and "Dorian Blues.