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felt

verb , past tense of feel

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2 to come into bodily contact with (something) so as to perceive a slight pressure on the skin
  • feel this blanket and perceive how soft it is
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3 to come to a knowledge of (something) by living through it
  • with the birth of their first child the couple came to feel true happiness for the first time
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4 to have as an opinion
  • I just feel that we haven't explored all of our options for raising funds
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allowed [chiefly Southern & Midland], believed, conceived, considered, deemed, esteemed, figured, guessed, held, imagined, judged, reckoned [chiefly dialect], supposed, thought

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5 to search for something blindly or uncertainly
  • the sudden blackout had us feeling around in the dark for a flashlight
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6 to give the impression of being
  • it felt like a good idea at the time
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