Feel [noun]

Definition of Feel:

texture; air

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Sentence/Example of Feel:

I still very much appreciate the feel of Oklahoma, the sort of warmth of it, but I also know that some of that warmth masked a very ugly history that’s now being revealed.

Preserving the quality of the content and presentations, maximizing networking opportunities and preserving as much of the feel of the expo hall as possible were among the top priorities.

This should help you make a decision whether or not you may feel comfortable sending your child to day care.

The result is a health care experience that feels a lot more like what we would all expect for our loved ones in a time of need.

Year after year I’ve spent innumerable hours scouring the internet attempting to find a present that feels unique and intimate even when my partner and I are thousands of miles apart.

Listen to a lot of podcasts to get a feel for what you like and don’t like.

This episode of No Stupid Questions was specially designed to give you a feel for our show.

Black holes can only be a consequence of gravity because gravity is the only force that is felt by all kinds of matter.

Even if young people are working, she says, “they’re just not in a place where they feel confident in their future.”

People did feel they had to have what it was selling, and they could charge almost anything they felt like — people had no way to know if they were getting a good deal or not, whether the quality was up to the price.