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How Do You Spell FEEL?

Correct spelling for the English word "feel" is [f_ˈiː_l], [fˈiːl], [fˈiːl]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for FEEL

Below is the list of 370 misspellings for the word "feel".

Similar spelling words for FEEL

Plural form of FEEL is FEELS

Definition of FEEL

  1. f[=e]l, v.t. to perceive by the touch: to handle or try by touch: to be conscious of: to be keenly sensible of: to have an inward persuasion of.--v.i. to know by the touch: to have the emotions excited: to produce a certain sensation when touched, as to feel hard or hot:--pr.p. feel'ing; pa.t. and pa.p. felt.--n. the sensation of touch.--ns. FEEL'ER, a remark cautiously dropped, or any indirect stratagem, to sound the opinions of others: (pl.) jointed fibres in the heads of insects, &c., possessed of a delicate sense of touch, termed antennæ; FEEL'ING, the sense of touch: perception of objects by touch: consciousness of pleasure or pain: tenderness: emotion: sensibility, susceptibility, sentimentality: opinion as resulting from emotion: (pl.) the affections or passions.--adj. expressive of great sensibility or tenderness: easily affected.--adv. FEEL'INGLY.--FEEL AFTER (B.), to search for. [A.S. félan, to feel; Ger. fühlen; prob. akin to L. palp[=a]re, to quiver.]

Anagrams of FEEL

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Usage Examples for FEEL

  1. Can you feel that? - "Ulysses" by James Joyce
  2. I always feel so happy out here. - "Anne Of The Island" by Lucy Maud Montgomery

What does feel stand for?

Abbreviation FEEL means:

  1. Facially Expressed Emotion Labeling
  2. Foundation for the Enhancement and Enrichment of Life

Conjugate verb Feel

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have felt
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CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

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CONDITIONAL PRESENT

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CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be feeling
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FUTURE

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FUTURE CONTINUOUS

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FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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IMPERATIVE

you feel
we let´s feel

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to feel

PAST CONTINUOUS

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PAST PARTICIPLE

felt

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PRESENT

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PRESENT CONTINUOUS

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PRESENT PARTICIPLE

feeling

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PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

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