Feel synonyms

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To notice or perceive (something)
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An emotion of affection; a fondness:
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A sensation caused by touching, esp. one that is characteristic of a particular substance or texture; tactile quality; feel
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Cool, refreshing air; fresh air
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To exhibit is defined as to display something publicly, or to show signs of a certain behavior or tendency.
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To grip firmly in or with the hand; grasp.
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To seize; to grip; to bite; said of animals.
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To feel or express compassion or sympathy for (someone or something).
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(Uncountable) Level of excellence
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To touch; to feel with the hand.
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To finger means to touch.
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(Intransitive) To be engaged exploring in any of the above senses.
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(Nautical) To row at a particular rate per minute.
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To hold in the palm of the hand.
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To caress is to stroke gently and lovingly.
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To mention as something to think over, act on, etc.; bring to the mind for consideration
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(Law) To reject (a bill of indictment) for lack of evidence
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To experience
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To manage or control artfully or by shrewd use of influence, often in an unfair or fraudulent way
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(Sports) To raise or lift a weight in a press.
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To touch repeatedly or stroke delicately in a manner which causes the recipient to feel a usually pleasant sensation of tingling or titillation.
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Paw means to touch or hit something, often in a clumsy or rough way.
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(Idiomatic) To express sympathy for, to sympathise with.
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(Intransitive) To grope awkwardly in trying to find something
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To seek or find (one's way) by groping
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To hold with the arms; embrace.
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To grip and hold; seize
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To help or assist, particularly in an emotional sense.
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To grip or grasp tightly. [from 17th c.]
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To examine by touch
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To touch with a sweeping motion, or lightly in passing.
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(Idiomatic) To take something seriously; to internalize or live according to something (e.g. advice.)
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To examine or explore by touching an organ or area of the body, usually as a diagnostic aid.
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To touch; to come into physical contact with.
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To manipulate an object, especially in a nervous or restless manner.
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To detect automatically:
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To become aware of (something) directly through any of the senses, especially sight or hearing:
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(Archaic) To anticipate with worry or dread.
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To experience
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To experience
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To experience
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(Intransitive) To say something in return; to answer; to reply.
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To experience
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To meet, receive, or acknowledge in a specified way; greet
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To be certain or sure about.
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The definition of intuit is to understand something without instruction, or to guess using common sense.
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To experience
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To experience
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To experience
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To suffer or endure; bear with.
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To enact or recite the entire length of (something).
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To have a sensation, limited experience, or anticipating sense (of something)
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To think or deem to be; regard as:
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To keep from departing or getting away:
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To call to mind; remember:
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To appear is to seem or look a certain way.
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To experience
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Reputation
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The tactile surface quality of a work of art, resulting from the artist's technique
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To accept as true, particularly without absolute certainty (i.e., as opposed to knowing)
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To appear to be probable or evident:
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Expressing or characterized by warmth of feeling; passionate:
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Inwardly attentive or sensitive to something:
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That serves to demonstrate, show or prove
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Of esthesia; having to do with sensation
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Made of, relating to, or resembling felt.
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Filled with passion; impassioned.
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Filled with passion; fervent:
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Clear to the mind; obvious; evident; plain
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Capable of suffering injury or detriment.
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The definition of pathetic is someone or something that brings or is capable of bringing about feelings of pity or sorrow.
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The definition of sensible is someone or something that conforms with the rules of logic and that makes sense given the situation.
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Of, having, or capable of feeling or perception; conscious
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Easily influenced or affected:
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Tactile.
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Possible to be treated as fact; real or concrete.
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Feeling or emotion, especially as manifested by facial expression or body language:
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A mannerism or habit that is assumed rather than natural, especially to impress others.
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Fond or tender feeling; warm liking
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The definition of altruism is caring about other people and their needs without regard for your own needs.
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The mood or feeling in a situation.
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The definition of consciousness is the state of being awake, alert to what is going on around you, or aware of feelings.
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The definition of ecstasy is a feeling of intense joy, happiness or passion.
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A source or cause of great excitement or interest.
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Alternative spelling of aesthesia.
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The knowledge or skill so derived.
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A sense of evil to come.
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The effect produced by any effort or activity
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A disturbed feeling of fear, doubt, apprehension, etc.
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A piece of testimony that is not usually admissible when given by a layperson, as in contrast to an opinion given by an expert witness.
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(Medicine) The act of feeling or pushing on various parts of a patient's body to determine medical condition such as the normality of organs or the presence or absence of tumors, swelling, muscle tension, etc.
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Distortion of memory with confusion of fact and fantasy
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(Theology, philosophy) In theology and existentialist ethics following Kierkegaard and Heidegger, a deep and abiding commitment of the heart, as in the notion of "finding your passion" as an important aspect of a fully lived, engaged life.
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Perception is awareness, comprehension or an understanding of something.
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A sudden feeling of sickness, faintness, or nausea.
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Rapture is a feeling of being carried away by extreme happiness, love or pleasure.
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The quality or state of being responsive.
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Hesitation as to action from the difficulty of determining what is right or expedient; unwillingness, doubt, or hesitation proceeding from motives of conscience.
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The definition of a sensation is any sort of impressions of the senses, a state of excitement or something that is exciting and lively.
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The ability to sense, feel or perceive; especially to be sensitive to the feelings of another
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The state or quality of being sentient; possession of consciousness or sensory awareness.
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The property of having sensation; sentience.
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Tender or romantic feeling:
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The ability to perceive the form of an object by using the sense of touch
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A vehicle, such as an aircraft, used to transport passengers, mail, or freight.
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Plural form of vibe
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To experience
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To awaken (someone) from sleep.
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To experience
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To come to a close; end; finish
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To suppose or believe:
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To separate (a thing) mentally from another or others; recognize as separate or different
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To receive and take into consideration; to have a thought in mind.
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(Intransitive, medicine, of a boil or sore) To be filled with pus
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To catch a fish or try to catch a fish by hand; noodle.
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Harbor is defined as to hide, protect or cling to.
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To arouse the passions of.
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To experience
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To supply the means of support and increase to; to encourage; to foster; as, to nourish rebellion; to nourish the virtues.
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To give, do, feel, etc. in return; return in kind or degree
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To take something back to a retailer for a refund.
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(Intransitive) To become worse.
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To imagine; conjecture.
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To cause to have this feeling
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Understand is defined as to know the meaning of something or to grasp the situation.
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To refuse to believe or accept; reject:
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To possess by way of experience; experience; undergo
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To push or jab at, as with a finger or an arm; prod.
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To come into conformity with the views, wishes, or opinions of:
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To have the power to perceive with the eyes:
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(Archaic) To experience
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To enjoy with appreciation; dwell on with delight
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To have or give dull, steady pain
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(Archaic) To feel compassion for; to pity, feel sorry for.
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To feel pity for (someone or something). [from 15th c.]
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Sympathize is defined as to share feelings or feel compassion or pity for someone.
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To feel deep pity, sympathy, or tenderness:
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The condition of being tactile
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The word ambiance is defined as the atmosphere or feeling of a place.
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A quality of something that is perceived by the sense of smell; an odor:
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The simple or fundamental tone of a musical sound as distinguished from its overtones
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(Archaic) A clever trick.
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A convention or specialized skill peculiar to a particular field of activity:
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(Computing) An instance of ceasing to respond to input devices.
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(Obsolete) To confess as true; to acknowledge. [13th-17th c.]
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To try; endeavor:
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The definition of participate is to take part in an activity.
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To undergo an emotional reaction
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A general impression produced by a predominant quality or characteristic
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(Countable) A skill or competence in doing; mental power; talent; aptitude. [First attested in the early 17 th century.]
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(Manner) Accurately, competently, satisfactorily.
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a property perceived by touch
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The definition of spirit is the soul of a living being, a ghost, mood or loyalty.
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A distinctive yet intangible quality felt to be characteristic of a given thing:
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A variety (of taste) attributed to an object.
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The act or instance of looking:
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Find is defined as to come across something by chance or to locate something that was once lost.
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To press gently, as in affection:
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To penetrate or explore physically, especially with a probe, in order to find or discover something:
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To prod is to encourage someone to do something, or to poke at someone with your finger, foot or other pointed object.
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To be busy about trifles
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To make a supposition; suppose or believe:
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