Pronunciation of Feel
/fˈiːl/, /fˈiːl/, /f_ˈiː_l/

Synonyms for feel:

caress (noun)

caress, embrace, hug, squeeze, touch.

texture (noun)

coarseness, fabric, fineness, grain, granulation, grit, material, nap, pile, roughness, smoothness, surface, texture, tissue, touch, weave, web.

Sense 1 (noun)

believe in, consider, incline, reckon, say, adhere to, have a mind of your own, know best.

Sense 2 (noun)

component, facet, factor, feature, nature, peculiarity, property.

Sense 3 (noun)

discern, identify, pick out, recognize, spot, tell.

Sense 4 (noun)

appear, be, become, come over, form, go, grow.

Sense 5 (noun)

burn, knowledge, nurse, overflow, possess, tingle, give up to, walk away with, let yourself go.

Sense 6 (noun)

clutch, grasp, grip, handling, poke, seek, tap, Grabble.

Sense 7 (noun)

gather up, meet, participate, pat, pluck, prove, suffer, taste, pick up.

Sense 8 (noun)

apprehend, hunt down, intuit, look for, scavenge, search, seek out, look out for, pick through, search out.

Sense 9 (noun)

endure, feelings, be reared on something.

Sense 10 (noun)

ache, commiserate, compassionate, finish, pity, sympathize, yearn, to the touch.

Sense 11 (noun)

believe, hold, think.

Sense 12 (noun)

investigate, put out feelers, send up a trial balloon.

caress (noun)

embrace, hug, squeeze.

feel (noun)

experience, feeling, find, finger, flavor, flavour, look, sense, smell, spirit, tactile property, tone, palpate.

texture (noun)

coarseness, fabric, fineness, grain, granulation, grit, material, nap, pile, roughness, smoothness, surface, texture, tissue, weave, web.

texture; air (noun)

ambience, atmosphere, aura, feeling, finish, impression, mood, palpation, quality, semblance, sensation, sense, surface, tactility, touch, vibes, Taction.

believe (verb)

assume, conclude, conjecture, consider, credit, deduce, deem, esteem, gather, guess, hold, infer, intuit, judge, presume, repute, suppose, surmise, suspect, think, be of the opinion, be convinced, have the impression.

experience (verb)

accept, acknowledge, appear, appreciate, comprehend, discern, encounter, endure, enjoy, exhibit, get, get in touch, go through, have, know, meet, note, notice, observe, receive, remark, resemble, savor, see, seem, suffer, suggest, take to heart, taste, undergo, understand, welcome, be affected, be aware of, be excited, be impressed, be sensible of, be sensitive, be turned on to, get vibes, have a hunch, have funny feeling, have vibes.

feel (verb)

experience, fumble, grope, handle, probe, respond, undergo, finger, sense, touch.

sense (verb)

detect, instinct, perceive, sense.

touch (verb)

brush, caress, contact, finger, graze, kiss, manipulate, palm, paw, ply, rub, skim, touch, twiddle, palpate, air, character, sensation.

touch, stroke (verb)

apperceive, caress, clasp, clutch, explore, finger, frisk, fumble, grapple, grasp, grip, grope, handle, manipulate, maul, palm, paw, perceive, pinch, ply, poke, press, squeeze, test, thumb, tickle, try, twiddle, wield, palpate, fondle, run hands over.

Sense 1

ambiance, assume, be, bubble over, gather up, intuit, remain, wallow, weigh, Grabble, give up to.

Sense 2

ache, aura, brim over, commiserate, endure, fall apart, fidget, knack, possess, react, sweep away, tactility, work up.

Sense 3

become, come over, eat up, fuss, muster, prove, represent, tingle, yearn, play with, walk away with.

Sense 4

atmosphere, compassionate, fiddle, get at, grow, mood, overflow, prickle, rake, suffer, tickle, interfere with.

Sense 5

apprehend, believe, froth, nurse, pat, pick, poke, render, taste.

Sense 6

form, pity, pluck, reach, think, trace, turn.

Sense 7

air, finish, go, measure.

Sense 8

lick, swell, trick.

Sense 10

sound, tap.

Sense 11

hold, meet.

Sense 14


Sense 16


Sense 17

pick up.


sound out.



Usage examples for feel:

  • I want to see him feel it." - "The White Gauntlet", Mayne Reid.
  • See, I don't feel very well this morning. - "Prose Fancies", Richard Le Gallienne.
  • But what does he know of what I feel? - "The Claverings", Anthony Trollope.
  • I feel we are. - "Ulysses", James Joyce.
  • " I knew how ye'd feel," he went on, " and I've been huggin' myself ever since it come when I thought how happy ye'd be when I told ye; but I ain't so sure 'bout Lucy. - "The Tides of Barnegat", F. Hopkinson Smith.
  • You can feel it yourself, can't you? - "Fables in Slang", George Ade.
  • I feel as though I'd done a day's work. - "The Galaxy Primes", Edward Elmer Smith.
  • Did you feel that? - "The Flying Stingaree", Harold Leland Goodwin.
  • Is that the way you feel about it? - "The Just and the Unjust", Vaughan Kester.
  • Is this how you feel about it? - "Carmen's Messenger", Harold Bindloss.

Idioms for feel:

Quotes for feel:

Rhymes for feel:

  • wheel, he'll, creel, beall, beale, deel, steal, real, zeal, eel, beil, neal, teel, keel, scheele, shiel, seal, squeal, neall, skeel, heel, kiel, diel, riel, neile, smeal, cele, kneel, teal, veal, deal, peale, neale, beal, steel, ciel, spiel, we'll, weil, mele, steele, seel, heal, peal, she'll, teall, reel, teale, neill, zele, neel, neil, leal, meal, peel, peele, deale, gilles, niel;
  • unseal, brasil, nevil, emile, emil, unreal, o'neal, lucile, macneal, repeal, mcneill, mcneil, reseal, morrill, abele, cecile, savill, lucille, appeal, o'neill, surreal, adriel, congeal, puerile, reveal, macneill, verrill, anneal, camille, ferrill, shaquille, genteel, corneal, oneal, ordeal, mcneal, ideal, conceal;
  • villarreal, averill;
  • automobile;

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