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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
References in classic literature ?
I could say nothing to her yesterday--nothing of what I felt towards her.
Already he felt in himself a passionate devotion to it.
The International Feltmakers Association explains materials and techniques, while FeltUnited, a non-profit that connects felt artists worldwide, posts an eclectic online gallery of works.
3 : to be conscious of <He felt a fear of the dark.
When they later pressed on various parts of this area, the patient felt tingling sensations in what seemed to be individual fingers and the palm of her missing hand.
Any discomfort I was feeling I just felt she might have felt,'' Dunst says.
I was wondering how I could lose a friend whom I had known so long over the way that I felt.
Maybe Mark Felt knows what his true motives were, but one thing is certain: he didn't sneak around with reporters Woodward and Bernstein because he was outraged over wage and price controls.
Suddenly every atom of my being felt nurtured; every ounce of my essence felt well and light.
The students were informed that their participation was voluntary, anonymous, and confidential and they were asked to be honest with regard to their feelings and not provide answers they felt they were expected to give as counseling students.
Nigel: I might have felt that just as many times in practices, if not more, than at shows.
My thighs were so much larger than my hips that rotating them felt like stuffing two sausages into a juice glass.