Below is a list of some of the sentences that use feeling, so you can learn how to use feeling in sentences. In addition, you can see the pronunciation of the word feeling here, and see the words sound like or similar to feeling
|1.||'I really resent the way he treated me.' 'I know the feeling.'||1|
|2.||'I'm feeling rather tired,' he said, his eyes glazing.||1|
|3.||'I'm feeling really depressed.' 'The winter here has that effect sometimes.'||1|
|4.||'I'm going to miss you.' 'The feeling's mutual .'||0|
|5.||'It's a weird feeling, ' says Mouton, 'to sit there and beat the beast.||1|
|6.||'John called in sick.' 'That figures, he wasn't feeling well yesterday.'||1|
|7.||'You don't give a damn about my feelings, do you.'--'Quite frankly, I don't.'.||1|
|8.||" Culbertson also creates a trippy, off-meter percussion vibe on "Little Drummer Boy" that creates a fascinating impressionistic feeling.||1|
|9.||" Hanger-on time" test caused Bosikeli Xidi college librarian Christopher Hamel's a feeling.||1|
|10.||" I had a job in Newark until last October, " returned the other, with reciprocal feeling.||1|
|11.||" I know,'she said , absently, feeling slightly guilty of neglect.||1|
|12.||" My fillies are feeling their oats this morning,' said Mrs. Tarleton.||1|
|13.||" No,'said Carrie, whose feelings were already localised in the great Western city.||1|
|14.||" Ohhh,'she repeated, feeling achy and tired.||1|
|15.||" This so aggravated Hitler's pent - up feelings that he burst forth into one of his old harangues.||1|
|16.||"A stronger Russia now regrets such conciliatory policies because they have left the country feeling encircled," writes Russia analyst Ivan Eland.||1|
|17.||"An upperclassman gave me the tip, so that I could readapt to college life before feeling overwhelmed by all the essays and assignments, " he said.||1|
|18.||"Are you feeling any better?" "No, " was the terse reply.||1|
|19.||"Fear" is a word that covers a gamut of different feelings.||1|
|20.||"I appreciate your concern for my feelings," Bess said huffily, "but I'm a big girl now".||1|
|21.||"I wanted the reporters to go away feeling they'd done more than just report, and I think Sara Rimer did," Nall says.||1|
|22.||"I went into this campaign with the feeling that if we did half the sales of the last record, that would be great, " said Dave Holmes, Coldplay's manager.||1|
|23.||"I'm not sure if I actually want to marry her," Harry said, feeling acutely embarrassed.||1|
|24.||"I've got a feeling election officials and politicos are going to hear you pretty loud," said Cornell Belcher, a Democratic pollster.||1|
|25.||"I've just had enough!" she said feelingly.||1|
|26.||"It must be very difficult," said Hunter, feeling a surge of embarrassment for Diane's predicament.||1|
|27.||"It sounds great, " I ventured without hesitation, all the while feeling as if I'd signed on to cross dangerous borders using false papers.||1|
|28.||"It was heart-to-heart, this feeling between us, " says Ms. Li, a compact woman with naturally wavy hair who tends to wear dark colors, amber-tinted eyeglasses and a string of pearls.||1|
|29.||"It's very difficult not to be overly rooty, not to overdo an earthly feeling or get too powdery," she said.||1|
|30.||"It's what I want," she said feelingly.||1|
feelings (plural noun)
- an emotional state or reaction.
- a belief, especially a vague or irrational one.
- the capacity to experience the sense of touch.
- showing emotion or sensitivity.
- 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.