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felt1 British & World English

A kind of cloth made by rolling and pressing wool or another suitable textile accompanied by the application of moisture or heat, which causes the constituent fibres to mat together to create a smooth surface

felt2 British & World English

Past and past participle of feel.

felt in feel British & World English

Be aware of (a person or object) through touching or being touched

felt-tip pen British & World English

A pen with a writing point made of felt or other tightly packed fibres

feel British & World English

Experience (an emotion or sensation)

make oneself felt British & World English

Have a noticeable effect or influence

feel for in feel British & World English

Have compassion for

felt tip in felt-tip pen British & World English

A pen with a writing point made of felt or other tightly packed fibres

feel free in feel British & World English

Have no hesitation or shyness (often used as an invitation or for reassurance)

feel free British & World English

Have no hesitation or shyness (often used as an invitation or for reassurance)

heartfelt British & World English

(Of a feeling or its expression) deeply and strongly felt; sincere

feel small in small British & World English

Feel (or look) contemptibly weak or insignificant

feel small British & World English

Feel (or look) contemptibly weak or insignificant

make oneself felt in feel British & World English

Have a noticeable effect or influence

feel something out in feel British & World English

Investigate something cautiously

feel someone up in feel British & World English

Fondle someone surreptitiously and without their consent, for one’s own sexual stimulation

feel up to in feel British & World English

Have the strength and energy to do or deal with

feel one's age in feel British & World English

Become aware that one is growing older and less energetic

feel one's way in feel British & World English

Find one’s way by touch rather than sight

feel one's age British & World English

Become aware that one is growing older and less energetic

feel one's way British & World English

Find one’s way by touch rather than sight

feel like something in feel British & World English

Be inclined to have or do

feel like something British & World English

Be inclined to have or do

feel one's legs in leg British & World English

Become able to stand or walk

feel one's legs British & World English

Become able to stand or walk

feel one's oats in oat British & World English

Feel lively and energetic

feel one's oats British & World English

Feel lively and energetic

feel the draught in draught British & World English

Experience an adverse change in one’s financial circumstances

feel the draught British & World English

Experience an adverse change in one’s financial circumstances

felt-tipped pen in felt-tip pen British & World English

A pen with a writing point made of felt or other tightly packed fibres

feel the pinch in pinch British & World English

Experience hardship, especially financial

feel the pinch British & World English

Experience hardship, especially financial

feel the pulse of in pulse1 British & World English

Determine the heart rate of (someone) by feeling and timing the pulsation of an artery

feel the pulse of British & World English

Determine the heart rate of (someone) by feeling and timing the pulsation of an artery

look a million dollars British & World English

Look or feel extremely good

make oneself or one's presence felt in feel British & World English

Have a noticeable effect or influence


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