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such as feel. On this page you can see how to spell feel. Also,
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definitions, list of synonyms, as well as list of common misspellings.
ambiance, manner, pose, property, Qualities, feels.
embrace, hug, squeeze.
experience, feeling, find, finger, flavor, flavour, look, sense, smell, spirit, tactile property, tone, palpate.
pity, grieve for, be sorry for, weep for, empathize with, sympathize (with), commiserate (with), be moved by.
excitability, excitation, innervation, motility, responsiveness, sensuality, reflexes, sensitivities, innervations, motilities, motor response.
in sight, kinesthesia, sense, clearheadedness, clear-headedness.
state of mind
coarseness, fabric, fineness, grain, granulation, grit, material, nap, pile, roughness, smoothness, surface, texture, tissue, weave, web.
ambience, atmosphere, aura, feeling, finish, impression, mood, palpation, quality, semblance, sensation, sense, surface, tactility, touch, vibes, Taction.
palpation, rubbing, tactility, Taction, Palpations, rubbings, touchings.
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.
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.
experience, fumble, grope, handle, probe, respond, undergo.
detect, instinct, perceive, sense.
brush, caress, contact, finger, graze, kiss, manipulate, palm, paw, ply, rub, skim, touch, twiddle, palpate.
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:
– Amusement Only by Richard Marsh
– The Dark Flower by John Galsworthy
– Tabitha's Vacation by Ruth Alberta Brown
– The Moghul by Thomas Hoover
– Redemption and Two Other Plays by Leo Tolstoy