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Meanings of Feeless:

adjective

Without a fee or fees; not bringing, paying, or yielding fees; not receiving fees.

Meanings of Feelies:

noun

A (hypothetical) motion picture augmented by tactile effects which are felt by the viewer. chiefly in plural (frequently with the): the screening of such pictures; such pictures as a type of entertainment. compare "movie", "talkie".

Feeling

ˈfiː.lɪŋ

Meanings of Feeling:

noun

An emotional state or reaction.

Usage examples:

A feeling of joy
adjective

Showing emotion or sensitivity.

Usage examples:

She was a feeling child
verb

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

Usage examples:

She felt someone touch her shoulder

Meanings of Feeling-for:

phrasal verb

To experience sympathy for someone

Usage examples:

I know she’s unhappy, and i feel for her.

Meanings of Feelingful:

adjective

Full of feeling; characterized by strong emotion, sensitivity, or sympathy.

Feelingly

ˈfiː.lɪŋ.li

Meanings of Feelingly:

adverb

(of the expression of a feeling or opinion) in a heartfelt way.

Usage examples:

‘thank goodness,’ she said feelingly

Meanings of Feelingness:

noun

Emotional quality or character. formerly also: †capacity for feeling, sensitivity, sensation (obsolete).

Feelings

ˈfiːlɪŋ

Meanings of Feelings:

noun

An emotional state or reaction.

Usage examples:

A feeling of joy
adjective

Showing emotion or sensitivity.

Usage examples:

She was a feeling child
phrase

Emotions, especially those influenced by other people

Usage examples:

Some people say that dogs have feelings., spare someone’s feelings i wanted to spare his feelings (…

Feels

fiːl

Meanings of Feels:

verb

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

Usage examples:

She felt someone touch her shoulder
noun

An act of touching something to examine it.

Usage examples:

I let him have a feel of my hair and kept saying ‘it's a bit of a shock, isn't it?’ (must have been…

Meanings of Feely:

noun

A (hypothetical) motion picture augmented by tactile effects which are felt by the viewer. chiefly in plural (frequently with the): the screening of such pictures; such pictures as a type of entertainment. compare "movie", "talkie".

adjective

Kind and loving, especially by touching and holding people more than is usual, often in a way that makes other people uncomfortable

Usage examples:

A touchy-feely approach, she's one of those touchy-feely people, always putting her hand on your ar…

Fees

fiː

Meanings of Fees:

noun

A payment made to a professional person or to a professional or public body in exchange for advice or services.

Usage examples:

They were faced with legal fees of £3000
verb

Make a payment to (someone) in return for services.

Usage examples:

Others offer discounts on software purchases to subscribers of their once-free, now fee'd, online s…

Meanings of Feet:

noun

The lower extremity of the leg below the ankle, on which a person stands or walks.

Usage examples:

The antipodes were the body's extremities, its feet or its finger nails.
verb

Cover a distance, especially a long one, on foot.

Usage examples:

The rider was left to foot it ten or twelve miles back to camp

Feh

Meanings of Feh:

exclamation

(in jewish use) conveying disapproval, displeasure, or disgust.

Usage examples:

The greatest writer in the english language? feh!

Meanings of Fehmic:

adjective

Designating the vehmgericht; or, relating to, or associated with such a tribunal.

Feign

feɪn

Meanings of Feign:

verb

Pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury).

Usage examples:

She feigned nervousness

Meanings of Feigned:

adjective

Simulated or pretended; insincere.

Usage examples:

Her eyes widened with feigned shock
verb

Pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury).

Usage examples:

She feigned nervousness

Meanings of Feigning:

verb

Pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury).

Usage examples:

She feigned nervousness

Feigns

feɪn

Meanings of Feigns:

verb

Pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury).

Usage examples:

She feigned nervousness

Feijoa

feɪˈʒəʊ.ə

Meanings of Feijoa:

noun

An evergreen shrub or small tree that bears edible green fruit resembling guavas. it is native to tropical south america and cultivated in new zealand for its fruit.

Usage examples:

Next project here is to plant the vege garden, and feijoa and lemon trees.

Meanings of Feint:

noun

A deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement, especially in boxing or fencing.

Usage examples:

A brief feint at the opponent's face
verb

Make a deceptive or distracting movement, especially during a fight.

Usage examples:

Adam feinted with his right and then swung a left
adjective

Denoting paper printed with faint lines as a guide for handwriting.

Feinted

feɪnt

Meanings of Feinted:

verb

Make a deceptive or distracting movement, especially during a fight.

Usage examples:

Adam feinted with his right and then swung a left
noun

A deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement, especially in boxing or fencing.

Usage examples:

A brief feint at the opponent's face
adjective

Denoting paper printed with faint lines as a guide for handwriting.

Meanings of Feinting:

verb

Make a deceptive or distracting movement, especially during a fight.

Usage examples:

Adam feinted with his right and then swung a left
noun

A deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement, especially in boxing or fencing.

Usage examples:

A brief feint at the opponent's face
adjective

Denoting paper printed with faint lines as a guide for handwriting.

Feints

feɪnt

Meanings of Feints:

noun

A deceptive or pretended blow, thrust, or other movement, especially in boxing or fencing.

Usage examples:

A brief feint at the opponent's face
verb

Make a deceptive or distracting movement, especially during a fight.

Usage examples:

Adam feinted with his right and then swung a left
adjective

Denoting paper printed with faint lines as a guide for handwriting.

Feis

fɛʃ

Meanings of Feis:

noun

An irish or scottish festival of music and dancing.

Usage examples:

The feis competitions opened on saturday and sunday last with irish dancing at the southern hotel.

Meanings of Feiseanna:

noun

An irish or scottish festival of music and dancing.

Usage examples:

The feis competitions opened on saturday and sunday last with irish dancing at the southern hotel.

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