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bark, flare, flash, growl, grumble, grunt, lash out, retort, snarl, snort.
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Correct spelling:
feel
Definition:
Field Extension Education Laboratory

Synonyms:

noun
act
feel.
air
ambiance, manner, pose, property, Qualities, feels.
caress
embrace, hug, squeeze.
cognition
feel.
feel
experience, feeling, find, finger, flavor, flavour, look, sense, smell, spirit, tactile property, tone, palpate.
feel for
pity, grieve for, be sorry for, weep for, empathize with, sympathize (with), commiserate (with), be moved by.
feeling
excitability, excitation, innervation, motility, responsiveness, sensuality, reflexes, sensitivities, innervations, motilities, motor response.
fiber
fabrics.
flavor
soupéon.
knowledgeableness
Familiarity.
sense
in sight, kinesthesia, sense, clearheadedness, clear-headedness.
state of mind
mood.
texture
coarseness, fabric, fineness, grain, granulation, grit, material, nap, pile, roughness, smoothness, surface, texture, tissue, weave, web.
texture; air
ambience, atmosphere, aura, feeling, finish, impression, mood, palpation, quality, semblance, sensation, sense, surface, tactility, touch, vibes, Taction.
touch
palpation, rubbing, tactility, Taction, Palpations, rubbings, touchings.
verb
believe
assume, conclude, conjecture, consider, credit, deduce, deem, esteem, gather, guess, hold, infer, intuit, judge, presume, repute, suppose, surmise, suspect, think, be of the opinion, be convinced, have the impression.
body
feel.
cognition
feel, find.
contact
feel.
emotion
experience, feel.
experience
accept, acknowledge, appear, appreciate, comprehend, discern, encounter, endure, enjoy, exhibit, get, get in touch, go through, have, know, meet, note, notice, observe, receive, remark, resemble, savor, see, seem, suffer, suggest, take to heart, taste, undergo, understand, welcome, be affected, be aware of, be excited, be impressed, be sensible of, be sensitive, be turned on to, get vibes, have a hunch, have funny feeling, have vibes.
feel
experience, fumble, grope, handle, probe, respond, undergo.
perception
feel.
possession
feel.
sense
detect, instinct, perceive, sense.
stative
feel.
touch
brush, caress, contact, finger, graze, kiss, manipulate, palm, paw, ply, rub, skim, touch, twiddle, palpate.
touch, stroke
apperceive, caress, clasp, clutch, explore, finger, frisk, fumble, grapple, grasp, grip, grope, handle, manipulate, maul, palm, paw, perceive, pinch, ply, poke, press, squeeze, test, thumb, tickle, try, twiddle, wield, palpate, fondle, run hands over.
Examples of usage:
  1. I- I don't feel quite well." – Amusement Only by Richard Marsh
  2. I don't like the feel of it. – The Dark Flower by John Galsworthy
  3. I can feel 'em, but they don't answer. – Tabitha's Vacation by Ruth Alberta Brown
  4. When I feel something I want to say. – The Moghul by Thomas Hoover
  5. Oh, how bad I feel! – Redemption and Two Other Plays by Leo Tolstoy

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