v.) Past tense of the verb Feel (to experience a sense.)
I felt cold.
I felt very happy.
He felt very lonely.
She felt happy to see him.
He felt a pain in his back.
His mother felt ashamed for him.
Robin’s hand felt numb with cold.
Carol felt all alone in the world.
I felt somebody pat me on the shoulder.
Maggie felt a muscle spasm in her back.
The doctor felt her pulse on her wrist.
I got airsick and felt like throwing up.
Words cannot describe the horror I felt.
I felt the clench of his hand on my arm.
She felt a gentle touch on her shoulder.
I felt cold and doubled the blanket over.
She sounded more confident than she felt.
After praying, I felt spiritually renewed.
He felt a sudden inexpressible loneliness.
He felt that his life was a hopeless mess.
He had always felt envious of his brother.
Her husband felt ashamed at her behaviour.
I felt faint and my knees began to buckle.
He felt humiliated by her scornful remarks.
He felt sick and dizzy and then passed out.
The blind man felt his way toward the exit.
She felt a little spark of anger.
He felt like a fish out of water.
The first time I jumped out of an airplane, it didn’t feel like I was falling, it just felt really windy.
She always felt ugly because of her big nose, but we thought it gave her face character.
Driving on the opposite side of the street in England felt very awkward for the first few days.
I felt really sick last night, otherwise, I would have come to your party.
Timothy felt really nervous as he dialed the phone number of a pretty girl in his class.