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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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He began to think of her, of what she was thinking and feeling. For the first time he pictured vividly to himself her personal life, her ideas, her desires, and the idea that she could and should have a separate life of her own seemed to him so alarming that he made haste to dispel it.
And Adam distrusted himself--he had learned to dread the violence of his own feeling. That word of Mr.
These thoughts about Arthur, like all thoughts that are charged with strong feeling, were continually recurring, and they always called up the image of the Grove--of that spot under the overarching boughs where he had caught sight of the two bending figures, and had been possessed by sudden rage.
In actual fact, there are doubtless various factors that concur in giving us the feeling of greater or less remoteness in some remembered event.
Before considering true memory, it will be well to consider two things which are on the way towards memory, namely the feeling of familiarity and recognition.
"From the very beginning-- from the first moment, I may almost say-- of my acquaintance with you, your manners, impressing me with the fullest belief of your arrogance, your conceit, and your selfish disdain of the feelings of others, were such as to form the groundwork of disapprobation on which succeeding events have built so immovable a dislike; and I had not known you a month before I felt that you were the last man in the world whom I could ever be prevailed on to marry."
He is younger than I am; younger in feeling, if not in fact; younger as a man.
By some capricious revulsion of feeling which it seemed impossible to account for, my whole mind was now absorbed on the one subject which had been hitherto so strangely absent from it--the subject of Mrs.
"I will soon explain to what these feelings tended, but allow me now to return to the cottagers, whose story excited in me such various feelings of indignation, delight, and wonder, but which all terminated in additional love and reverence for my protectors(for so I loved, in an innocent, half-painful self-deceit, to call them)."
Your feelings are as well known to me as my wishes and regrets must be to you.
It was a newer crisis in Rosamond's experience than even Dorothea could imagine: she was under the first great shock that had shattered her dream-world in which she had been easily confident of herself and critical of others; and this strange unexpected manifestation of feeling in a woman whom she had approached with a shrinking aversion and dread, as one who must necessarily have a jealous hatred towards her, made her soul totter all the more with a sense that she had been walking in an unknown world which had just broken in upon her.
In the cheaper schools, what is gained by the longer existence of the Specimen is lost, partly in the expenditure for food, and partly in the diminished accuracy of the angles, which are impaired after a few weeks of constant "feeling".