I like the feel of this cloth;it has a warm woolly feel.
Feel the body relax, feel the tenseness disappear, but do not fall asleep.
They’re putting out feelers about the possibility of building a new sports complex in Leeds.
The letter was a feeler to see how he would look upon such a movement.
Luke felt almost giddy with relief.
Kate felt a twinge of guilt.
She felt an ache in her bosom.
She felt an ache in her back.
She feels a strong affinity for him.
Jo feels a great affinity towards Pamela.
I hope I didn't aggrieve her feeling.
She felt a certain ambivalence towards him.
He felt strange amid so many people.
I feel an antipathy against their behaviour.
How do you feel about that, babe?
A good bawl made her feel better.
I felt claustrophobic in that tiny room)
Mark felt his stomach clench in alarm.
He felt an inner compulsion to write.
I feel confident that we will win.
Do you feel it, feel the cold?
She can feel her husband's attraction by feeling jealous.
It feels amazing. The tooth feels like my tooth.
I can't feel my legs! I can't feel my legs!
At first I felt interested, then I felt angry, then afraid.
I hope that they really feel special and that they feel remembered.
I want to make you feel as good as I feel.
Well, I don't feel my age. What do I feel like?
We feel a special feeling. We feel near to God.
It makes me feel proud and privileged.
That's great. Will I feel hot there? I feel sensitive to heat.
How tiny the glens make one feel.
You can feel the hope. You really feel the change is coming.
It felt amazing. It felt good.
You can feel what a pod feels like. It feels fake but...
And if you feel comfortable, if you feel comfortable, just close your eyes.
And you will feel as you felt with that child in your arms.
I feel young. I feel like I’m 16, but my age is 80, yes.
His cheerful manner belied his real feeling.
Washington's feelings about racial oppression were as strong as his feelings about religious oppression.