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|1.||“Cities keep careful track of their finances, but a bond rating doesn’t tell us how people feel or why they want to raise a family here or relocate a business here,” Mr. Curtatone said.||1|
|2.||“If you're going through something unpleasant—like a root canal—the smell of baby powder will help you feel as if time were going by faster by up to 57 percent,” reports Esquire.||1|
|3.||“It feels like being swallowed by the Earth, ” says photographer Carsten Peter of the Black Hole of Calcutta in Claustral Canyon.||1|
|4.||("It'll feel like you're giving yourself a double chin," says Queiros.) feel the stretch in the back of your skull and then relax.||2|
|5.||' You will feel better by Thursday, ' says the doctor with his accustom literalness.||1|
|6.||'Are you going to come?' 'Perhaps. I'll see how I feel.'||1|
|7.||'Can I use the phone?' 'Please, feel free .'||1|
|8.||'Do you feel, yet, that you belong to this terrestrial scheme again, Mr. Darnay?'.||1|
|9.||'Duper's delight' is the delight that people feel when they deceive others.||1|
|10.||'He's bound to feel shaken after his accident.' 'Quite.'||1|
|11.||'I feel seasick already,' she moaned.||1|
|12.||'I feel very afraid,' she whispered.||1|
|13.||'I really don't feel too good,' I croaked, laying it on with a trowel.||1|
|14.||'I really resent the way he treated me.' 'I know the feeling.'||1|
|15.||'I'm feeling rather tired,' he said, his eyes glazing.||1|
|16.||'I'm feeling really depressed.' 'The winter here has that effect sometimes.'||1|
|17.||'I'm going to miss you.' 'The feeling's mutual .'||1|
|18.||'It's a weird feeling, ' says Mouton, 'to sit there and beat the beast.||1|
|19.||'John called in sick.' 'That figures, he wasn't feeling well yesterday.'||1|
|20.||'Let's just cuddle,' says Colin, and as we drift off to sleep it feels like the perfect end to the present that ended up being a gift not just for Colin, but for our marriage, too.||1|
|21.||'There was a free-for-all, grab-all-you-can feel to it, ' Ms. Taylor says. 'But it was also really stressful.'||1|
|22.||'ve no idea of who he is. But I feel happy every day for this.||1|
|23.||'You don't give a damn about my feelings, do you.'--'Quite frankly, I don't.'.||1|
|24.||" And he's so devoted to Ashley and Beau that I always feel safe having him around. "||1|
|25.||" Before midnight, " Michael said. " Don't wait up for me if you feel tired. "||1|
|26.||" Culbertson also creates a trippy, off-meter percussion vibe on "Little Drummer Boy" that creates a fascinating impressionistic feeling.||1|
|27.||" Did not think of this in the film and television, the sketch stage comedy stars feel just like a fish in water, even in "plain words" defeated, let it simmer with laughter.||1|
|28.||" For those who think yoga is too touchy- feely , Mr. Solan added, "Yoga looks gentle, but when men do it they realize it's a lot more difficult than it looks.||1|
|29.||" Hanger-on time" test caused Bosikeli Xidi college librarian Christopher Hamel's a feeling.||1|
|30.||" I had a job in Newark until last October, " returned the other, with reciprocal feeling.||1|
feels (third person present) · felt (past tense) · felt (past participle) · feeling (present participle)
- be aware of (a person or object) through touching or being touched.
- experience (an emotion or sensation).
- have a belief or impression, especially without an identifiable reason.
feels (plural noun)
- an act of touching something to examine it.
- a sensation given by an object or material when touched.