feeling

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
feeling

Plural
feelings

  1. Your feelings are your emotions, thoughts, and opinions.
    Many people have strong feelings about the war.
    Charles had some difficulty in understanding her feelings.
  2. A feeling is a signal that your body gives you, such as pain, heat, softness, etc.
    The feeling of the sun on his face was relaxing.
    Since the accident, he has no feeling in his fingers.

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Verb[change]

Plain form
feel

Third-person singular
feels

Past tense
felt

Past participle
felt

Present participle
feeling

  1. To experience something by touch.
    He felt the soft cloth with his hand.
  2. To experience something the body.
    She felt a pain in her hand.
  3. To have an emotion. When you are happy, sad, or angry you are feeling.
    I'm feeling very happy today.
    They feel sad because their friend left.