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non-feeling


noun

  1. the function or the power of perceiving by touch.
  2. physical sensation not connected with sight, hearing, taste, or smell.
  3. a particular sensation of this kind: a feeling of warmth; a feeling of pain.
  4. the general state of consciousness considered independently of particular sensations, thoughts, etc.
  5. a consciousness or vague awareness: a feeling of inferiority.
  6. an emotion or emotional perception or attitude: a feeling of joy; a feeling of sorrow.
  7. capacity for emotion, especially compassion: to have great feeling for the sufferings of others.
  8. a sentiment; attitude; opinion: The general feeling was in favor of the proposal.
  9. feelings, sensibilities; susceptibilities: to hurt one’s feelings.
  10. fine emotional endowment.
  11. (in music, art, etc.)
    1. emotion or sympathetic perception revealed by an artist in his or her work: a poem without feeling.
    2. the general impression conveyed by a work: a landscape painting with a spacious feeling.
    3. sympathetic appreciation, as of music: to play with feeling.

adjective

  1. sensitive; sentient.
  2. readily affected by emotion; sympathetic: a feeling heart.
  3. indicating or characterized by emotion: a feeling reply to the charge.

noun

  1. the sense of touch
    1. the ability to experience physical sensations, such as heat, pain, etc
    2. the sensation so experienced
  2. a state of mind
  3. a physical or mental impressiona feeling of warmth
  4. fondness; sympathyto have a great deal of feeling for someone
  5. an ability to feel deeplya person of feeling
  6. a sentimenta feeling that the project is feasible
  7. an impression or mood; atmospherethe feeling of a foreign city
  8. an emotional disturbance, esp anger or dislikea lot of bad feeling about the increase in taxes
  9. intuitive appreciation and understandinga feeling for words
  10. sensibility in the performance of something
  11. (plural) emotional or moral sensitivity, as in relation to principles or personal dignity (esp in the phrase hurt or injure the feelings of)
  12. have feelings for to be emotionally or sexually attracted to

adjective

  1. sentient; sensitive
  2. expressing or containing emotion
  3. warm-hearted; sympathetic

n.late 12c., “act of touching, sense of touch,” verbal noun from feel (v.). Meaning “emotion” is mid-14c. Meaning “what one feels (about something), opinion” is from mid-15c. Meaning “capacity to feel” is from 1580s. Related: Feelingly. n.

  1. The sensation involving perception by touch.
  2. A physical sensation, as of pain.
  3. An affective state of consciousness, such as that resulting from emotions, sentiments, or desires.

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