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English definition of “feel your way”

feel your way

to judge where you are going by touching with your hands instead of looking: The room was so dark, I had to feel my way along the wall to the door. to act slowly and carefully because you are not certain how to do something: It's my first month in the job so I'm still feeling my way.
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