a the ability to experience physical sensations, such as heat, pain, etc.
b the sensation so experienced
4 a physical or mental impression
a feeling of warmth
5 fondness; sympathy
to have a great deal of feeling for someone
6 an ability to feel deeply
a person of feeling
7 a sentiment
a feeling that the project is feasible
8 an impression or mood; atmosphere
the feeling of a foreign city
9 an emotional disturbance, esp. anger or dislike
a lot of bad feeling about the increase in taxes
10 intuitive appreciation and understanding
a feeling for words
11 sensibility in the performance of something
12 pl emotional or moral sensitivity, as in relation to principles or personal dignity (esp in the phrase hurt or injure the feelings of)
14 expressing or containing emotion
15 warm-hearted; sympathetic
1 mutual sympathy or friendship
2 an opinion held in common
n often pl; often used with a negative resentment; ill will
no hard feelings?
n hostile feeling; animosity
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