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keyword: Feel
Feel At Home »
(relax; let yourself feel comfortable...)

Feel Dragged Out »
(feel very tired; feel exhausted...)

Feel Fit »
(one's body feels strong and comfortable...)

Feel Free »
(allow yourself to do it; don't stop yourself...)

Feel Like A Million Dollars »
(feel great, fantastic, wonderful, energetic...)

Feel Like A New Person »
(feel like one's problems are finished...)

Feel Like It »
(want to do it...)

Feel Out Of Place »
(feel strange, awkward, unfamiliar, like you don't know the rules...)

Feel Put Upon »
(feel like you are forced to do something...)

Feel Someone Out »
(ask questions to get a feeling for what that person is thinking...)

Feel Something In One's Bones »
(one has a knowledge about something, and feels that knowledge as a deep sensation in one's body...)

Feel The Pinch »
(one has less money to spend because of hard times...)

Feel Up To Something »
(feel strong, prepared, and have the energy to do it...)

Get A Feel For Something »
(beginning to feel comfortable with it...)

Get The Feel Of Something »
(feel comfortable doing something...)

A Boost Of Confidence »
(it makes you feel more confident...)

A Breath Of Fresh Air »
(refreshing; it makes you feel better; a change that feels good...)

A Feather In One's Cap »
(what happened makes one feel proud and look good to others...)

Able To Breathe Easily Again »
(feel comfortable again because the danger is gone...)

Add Insult To Injury »
(a person has been hurt, then something is said which makes that person feel even worse...)

Breaking The Ice »
(making people feel more comfortable...)

Buck Up »
(feel better; make another feel better...)

Building You Up »
(saying things to make you look good or feel good...)

Cheer Someone Up »
(do something to make a person feel better...)

Cheer Up »
(feel better...)

Choke Someone Up »
(makes one feel like one is going to cry...)

Coming To Terms With It »
(learning to accept it and beginning to feel okay about it...)

Do Someone's Heart Good »
(doing that will make the person feel better...)

Extending Our Sympathy »
(telling you that we feel sad about what happened...)

Falling Head Over Heals In Love With You »
(feel strong love for one in a way that is overwhelming...)

Falling Head Over Heels »
(feel strong love in a way that is overwhelming...)

Find One's Feet »
(begin to feel comfortable in a new job...)

Follow One's Heart »
(do what you feel is the right thing to do...)

Get A Lump In One's Throat »
(feel unable to speak, often because of strong emotion...)

Get Along With Someone Or Something »
(they feel comfortable together...)

Get Better »
(feel well again after being sick...)

Get Into The Swing Of Things »
(feel comfortable participating in what is going on...)

Get Something Out Of One's System »
(do something that you feel the need to do; say something in order to feel better...)

Get The Blues »
(feel sad...)

Get The Creeps »
(it makes you feel nervous and uncomfortable...)

Have A Clean Conscience About Someone Or Something »
(one does not feel guilty about it...)

Have A Clear Conscience About Someone Or Something »
(one does not feel guilty about it...)

I'm Jacked Up »
(lift that person up; make that person feel excited and full of energy; energize...)

In All Good Conscience »
(able to feel good about what one has done...)

See Red »
(become so angry that one can only feel the anger and is not able to think...)

Set One's Heart Against Something »
(feel strongly one does not want it...)

Set One's Heart On Something »
(feel strongly that one wants it...)

Shame On Someone »
(one should feel bad because one did a bad thing...)

Share Someone's Pain »
(feel care and understanding for another person who is in pain...)

Sight For Sore Eyes »
(i am happy to see you; seeing you makes one feel better...)

Take Heart »
(feel optimistic; have hope...)

Take It Easy »
(relax; let oneself feel free and comfortable...)

Take Offense At Someone Or Something »
(feel insulted about it...)

Take Pity On Someone Or Something »
(feel badly for another person's trouble...)

Wet Blanket »
(A person who is boring and makes others feel bored or stuck...)

What Do You Want Me To Say? »
(I feel pressured to say something but I don't have anything to say...)

Whoop It Up »
(get excited with a party-like feel...)

You're In The Mood For It »
(you feel like having it; you want it...)

You're In The Mood To Do It »
(feel like doing that; want to do it...)



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