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Meaning of "feeling" in Essential American English Dictionary

feeling

noun   /ˈfi·lɪŋ/
B1 something that you feel in your mind when you are happy, sad, afraid, etc.: Sitting by the lake gives me a nice, peaceful feeling. He tries to hide his feelings.
B1 something that you feel in your body: I had a strange feeling in my fingers.
B1 an idea that something is true or exists: I had the feeling that we had met before. I got the feeling that she was unhappy.
an opinion or belief: My feeling is that we should not hire him.
(Definition of feeling from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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