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Feeling

Feels

keyword: Feelings
No Hard Feelings »
(let's not be angry; I am not angry; please don't be angry...)


Almost Lost It »
(almost lost control of one's thoughts, one's feelings, or one's body; almost started laughing; almost vomited...)


Bad Blood Between People »
(people having bad feelings towards each other...)


Be Off To A Bad Start »
(started badly; started with bad feelings...)


Falling For You »
(falling in love; having strong feelings of love...)


Falling In Love With You »
(beginning to have feelings of love for you...)


Familiarity Breeds Contempt »
(too much time together causes bad feelings...)


Get Carried Away »
(have such strong feelings while doing something that one does too much...)


Handle Someone With Kid Gloves »
(be careful with that person; take care not to hurt one's feelings...)


Have A Change Of Heart »
(one's feelings about doing something have changed...)


Start Off On The Wrong Foot »
(have a bad start; begin with bad feelings...)


Take A Shine To Someone Or Something »
(begin to like them a lot; begin to have strong feelings towards them...)


Thick Skinned »
(Feelings not easily hurt...)




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