Another word for feeling
A particular sensation conveyed by means of physical contact:feel, touch. See touch
The faculty or ability to perceive tactile stimulation:feel, tactility, touch. See touch
An act of touching:palpation, touch. See touch
The capacity for or an act of responding to a stimulus:sensation, sense, sensibility, sensitiveness, sensitivity, sentiment. See awareness
A general cast of mind with regard to something:attitude, sentiment. See attitude
A complex and usually strong subjective response, such as love or hate:affection, affectivity, emotion, sentiment. See feelings
The quality or condition of being emotionally and intuitively sensitive:sensibility, sensitiveness, sensitivity. See awareness
Something believed or accepted as true by a person:belief, conviction, idea, mind, notion, opinion, persuasion, position, sentiment, view. See opinion
A general impression produced by a predominant quality or characteristic:air, ambiance, atmosphere, aura, feel, mood, smell, tone. See be
Intuitive cognition:hunch, idea, impression, intuition, suspicion. See thoughts
Cognizant of and comprehending the needs, feelings, problems, and views of others:empathetic, empathic, sympathetic, understanding. See understand
Readily stirred by emotion:emotional, sensitive. See feelings
Another word for feeling
The sense of touch
State of the body, or of a part of it
sense, sensation, consciousness, awareness, impression, sensibility, feel, sensitiveness, sensory response, perception, perceptiveness, perceptivity, susceptibility, receptivity, responsiveness, excitability, excitement, motility, activity, impressibility, titillation, enjoyment, sensuality, voluptuousness, reaction, shrinking, motor response, synesthesia, galvanism, reflex, contractibility, innervation, excitation.
A personal reaction
emotion, passion, sentiment, affect, tenderness, discrimination, delicacy, discernment, sentimentality, taste, refinement, capacity, faculty, judgment, affection, sympathy, empathy, compassion, pity, sensibility, susceptivity, intuition, keenness, sharpness, spirit, esprit (French), soul, heart, pathos, ardor, fervor, warmth, aesthetic sense, appreciation, response; see also emotion.
A general emotional quality
feeling, when unqualified in the context, refers to any of the subjective reactions, pleasant or unpleasant, that one may have to a situation and usually connotes an absence of reasoning I can't trust my own feelings; emotion implies an intense feeling, often with physical as well as mental manifestations the news aroused conflicting emotions in him; passion refers to a strong or overpowering emotion, connoting especially sexual love or intense anger; sentiment applies to a feeling, often a tender one, accompanied by some thought or reasoning what are your sentiments in this matter?