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Synonyms for feeling

Synonyms for feeling

a particular sensation conveyed by means of physical contact


the faculty or ability to perceive tactile stimulation

an act of touching

the capacity for or an act of responding to a stimulus

a general cast of mind with regard to something

a complex and usually strong subjective response, such as love or hate

the quality or condition of being emotionally and intuitively sensitive

something believed or accepted as true by a person

a general impression produced by a predominant quality or characteristic

intuitive cognition

cognizant of and comprehending the needs, feelings, problems, and views of others

readily stirred by emotion

Synonyms for feeling

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Existence" expresses the feeling of a "reality" aroused primarily by whatever can have effects upon us without our voluntary co-operation.
When I speak of a FEELING of belief, I use the word "feeling" in a popular sense, to cover a sensation or an image or a complex of sensations or images or both; I use this word because I do not wish to commit myself to any special analysis of the belief-feeling.
When people's feelings have got a deadly wound, they can't be cured with favours.
But then, sir, folks's feelings are not so easily overcome.
The revulsion of feeling in Dorothea was too strong to be called joy.
The day before yesterday," said Dorothea, "when I had asked him to come to Lowick to give me his opinion on the affairs of the Hospital, he told me everything about his conduct and feelings in this sad event which has made ignorant people cast suspicions on him.
In the short form, motivation is a process of the mind that connects a thought or a feeling to an action.
The "emotion work" required to observe these rules entails two types of acting: "surface acting," purposeful body language such as crying or suppressing a sigh, and "deep acting," the construction of feeling itself.
Only 29% of those who did reported feeling constant stress compared to 58% of self-perceived work addicts.
First, the neuro part of NLP recognizes the fundamental idea that all human behavior originates from neurological processes, which include seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and feeling.
In the end, it was more of a gut feeling that told her she had found her true home in the Episcopal Church.
I took these techniques, these ways of seeing and feeling, and twisted them, bent them, adapted them, until they became my ways of apprehending the locked-in life of the Black Belt areas.
The word emotion has too much excess meaning; therefore, in this essay I will use the term feeling.
Those are the things that helped people feel comfortable and helped them feel part of the organization, as opposed to feeling apprehensive.
Feeling angry and stupid and attributing the cause of the feelings to someone else relieves us of the responsibility for our feelings.