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keyword: Feeling
Feeling Like Doing It »
(wanting to do it; interested in doing it; eager to do it...)

Feeling On Top Of The World »
(feeling great, like a winner...)

A Cold Fish »
(someone who gives the feeling of cold and deadness...)

A Ripple Of Excitement »
(a feeling of excitement moving in one or from one person to another...)

A Sense Of Urgency »
(a feeling that you must hurry...)

Be Sick »
(ill; not feeling well; slang: disgusting, gross, cruel...)

Down In The Dumps »
(upset, bothered, sad; feeling sad, low, depressed...)

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

Finding Your Feet »
(feeling more comfortable in what you are doing...)

Fit As A Fiddle »
(feeling strong healthy...)

Free And Easy »
(with a very comfortable, relaxed feeling...)

Free As A Bird »
(with a free and easy feeling; not locked up...)

Fresh As A Daisy »
(feeling fresh and clean; the way one feels after bathing...)

Get Ants In One's Pants »
(the feeling that one needs to move one's legs...)

Get Butterflies In One's Stomach »
(one has a nervous or excited feeling in the stomach area...)

Get The Willies »
(get a very gross or uncomfortable feeling...)

Sink Into Despair »
(lose all feeling of hope...)

Sitting On Top Of The World »
(one is feeling great; one is feeling like one's life is going great...)

Sixth Sense »
(an intuition; one has a feeling it will happen, without knowing why...)

There's No Place Like Home »
(home gives us a special feeling that nothing else can give us...)

Think Better Of Something »
(have a better feeling towards...)

Walk On Air »
(feeling light and happy...)

When One Is Good And Ready »
(One will not do it until one feels ready; one is feeling stubborn and will not be forced...)

Woe Is Me »
(Often said to make fun of someone who is feeling sorry for himself...)



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