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feel Sentence Examples

  • Did you tell him how it makes you feel?

  • Why hadn't it occurred to her that Jonathan might feel he was being replaced?

  • Do you think Jonathan might feel left out when the new baby comes?

  • I mean, that they didn't feel this way all the time.

  • Still, the feel of his hand was reassuring.

  • Felipa looked to be in her early twenties and had a sunshine smile that made Carmen feel welcome.

  • Don't you feel overwhelmed by it? she asked Alex.

  • "I'll lock the door," he said, his lips returning to hers and lingering in a way that made her feel weak.

  • Not now implied later, but that didn't feel comfortable either.

  • The idea of making love in a strange bedroom was disturbing enough, but with only a door between them and the children, locked or not, it didn't feel right.

  • Still, she didn't feel uncomfortable.

  • I should have known you would feel this way.

  • She certainly didn't feel any different.

  • How do you feel today, son?

  • I feel certain of it.

  • How do they feel about your father offering the estate to Alex?

  • It makes no difference how they feel.

  • No one wanted to feel forced into anything.

  • I feel like we're drifting apart here.

  • Carmen swirled around, enjoying the feel of the skirt as she eyed her image in the mirror.

  • Certainly she wanted to feel special to Alex - and did.

  • How would you feel if I was fighting with my brother and wouldn't tell you what we were fighting about?

  • We accept that they don't, but we still want to feel welcome.

  • Following Señor Medena up the stairs, she ran her hand along the smooth wood, enjoying the cool silky soft feel of it.

  • The feel of his warm fingers on her temple was comforting.

  • So why did she feel so threatened?

  • Would she always feel this way about him and everything he touched?

  • Katie said she should confront him when he did that - tell him how it made her feel.

  • You spring something on me and then you just shut me out - like what I feel isn't important.

  • I feel like... sometimes I'm afraid I'm holding you back.

  • He'd feel sorry for her and she didn't want that.

  • As a matter of fact, I'm beginning to feel pretty good.

  • She melted into his arms, eagerly returning his warm kisses and welcoming the feel of his fingers as they searched for the zipper on the back of her dress.

  • Still, a person didn't need to say it to feel it.

  • There was no reason to feel threatened.

  • It makes me feel small when you keep things from me - like you don't trust me, or you think I'm not mature enough to handle it.

  • I don't feel that way - ever.

  • Of course he would feel responsible for working it out and not troubling her with it.

  • You know how I feel.

  • Well, I guess we were making everyone else feel uncomfortable.

  • I didn't think I would feel this way.

  • Carmen was right... about the way I really feel... about... you.

  • How did you feel?

  • When you hear you have a son, you feel responsible - yes?

  • If the boy had been his, how would his good intentions have made her husband feel?

  • How would you feel if...

  • As she stared at the caskets she knew she should feel something – should cry.

  • I'm sure you feel guilty, but it's fortunate that you weren't with them.

  • I don't mean to make her feel unwelcome, but it was her own carelessness that got her into this situation.

  • I feel much better now.

  • If it was so dangerous out there in the woods, why did Giddon feel so safe?

  • If you feel that way, why did you come all the way out here to see me?

  • She met his regard with equal composer, in spite of the fact that the conversation was beginning to make her feel extremely uncomfortable.

  • It would make me feel better.

  • Surely she must feel bitter about that fact, and yet neither her voice nor her expression gave any indication that she felt animosity.

  • She could feel it in his soft kisses on her neck, in the way he whispered her name.

  • When you two walked in, I could feel the electricity.

  • I simply didn't want your mother to feel uncomfortable.

  • I never meant to make you feel that way.

  • I feel like I just started living again.

  • Why couldn't she feel the same excitement about him?

  • So did I. Maybe you feel like we both betrayed your trust.

  • She did feel betrayed by Howard, but not by Yancey.

  • She could feel her face getting hot.

  • I feel like such a fool.

  • I feel bad about that.

  • He was still a senior in high school, but how would Mom feel if he lived in a house with three women?

  • How will they feel about an unexpected guest?

  • Did he suspect that she was beginning to feel more for him than simple friendship?

  • It might make him feel less threatened.

  • I think what I feel is none of your business.

  • I wonder if you'd still feel that way if your child was sick in the hospital.

  • It's beautiful out here, and riding up here, I feel so... connected.

  • Don't you feel lonely?

  • No, but I sure feel relieved, don't you?

  • Deep inside she did feel responsible, but not for Mr. Marsh's death.

  • You must feel awful about it.

  • I feel awful that Dad had to die because I put my education before his health.

  • Do you know how that made me feel?

  • Maybe sometime she'll feel comfortable with having a hired hand around - or maybe she'll get married again.

  • She wasn't going to let them all make her feel guilty.

  • Under other circumstances, she might have enjoyed having the upper hand, but right now she didn't feel much like playing games.

  • Cassie could feel the color draining from her face.

  • He held her without speaking, probably sensing there was little he could say to make her feel better.

  • You don't have to feel sorry for me.

  • Why on earth would anyone feel sorry for you?

  • Indeed, why should anyone feel sorry for her?

  • Cassie could feel them all watching her as she settled to the ground.

  • You feel betrayed, but you need to go back and talk to him.

  • She lay quiet, simply enjoying the feel of him.

  • She could feel the blood drain from her face.

  • They might instinctively feel her terrified regard.

  • Did Bordeaux feel pressured into marrying the girl - to save her reputation?

  • Were it not for the ranch, she might even feel happy for them.

  • Did you tell him how you feel?

  • She wanted to hate Bordeaux for what he had done, but like a shameless hussy, she still longed to hear his voice - feel his touch.

  • How did the twins feel about all of this?

  • Besides, he did come back Cassie could feel Bordeaux's intent gaze.

  • I know, and I feel bad about that.

  • You know how I feel about that sort of thing.

  • It makes me feel old.

  • She could feel the warmth of the blush as it crawled up her neck.

  • Feel free to get anything you want out of the attic.

  • I know you feel uncomfortable about driving my truck.

  • "I feel stupid," she answered through her hands.

  • Through his shirt sleeves she could feel the swell of his biceps and her heart jumped into high gear.

  • It's inevitable that two people living in the same house are going to be at odds sometimes, but from now on I'll never feel completely safe.

  • No, I feel better now.

  • I feel better now.

  • There's no reason to feel embarrassed about a normal body function.

  • I feel like such a baby.

  • You don't have to feel obligated to take me everywhere you go.

  • She could feel his intent gaze on her.

  • I don't feel good.

  • If you want to go into town for pizza, please don't feel obligated to invite me.

  • The statement was simple and honest, and somehow it made her feel better.

  • I feel so ashamed.

  • You know, Cade, there are others who feel the same way you do about the old ways.

  • Because he doesn't want to get married and I'm not going to force him into it by making him feel guilty.

  • Did he feel obligated to marry her now?

  • Nor did I want you to feel obligated to marry me to save my honor.

  • I feel like a pioneer.

  • When only silence followed, she seemed to feel obligated to explain.

  • "I'm pleased you got along with Martha well enough "I feel sorry Howie, for getting stuck with the lab room, but in general he seems in good humor, considering his condition."

  • I feel terrible making him sleep in the lab room, but really, Quinn's equipment hardly makes a sound.

  • I spent months being probed, questioned, talked about and made to feel a freak.

  • Can he feel anything?

  • Think how much worse you'd feel if the town you visualized really existed.

  • I know how you feel.

  • I feel as if I'm spying.

  • I feel like I'm on a carousel that won't stop but we have to slow it down.

  • I want to go to a place where I can settle with my family and feel we truly belong to the community.

  • I continued to feel uncomfortable.

  • However, we feared no threat from either, nor did we feel they wished to identify us.

  • I could feel her tremble.

  • I feel badly for him and he's such a sweet guy; I love him to death!

  • I feel terrible about the woman who was murdered.

  • I feel I'm bailing with a colander.

  • Some feel it is unfairly intrusive.

  • I could feel a cold sweat passing over me like a ghost at a séance.

  • I feel terrible I slipped up and they traced the phone call but it's not the end of the world.

  • But first, I feel the urge to partake of Canadian hospitality.

  • I feel more like a ship's sailor in a storm, with shredded sails with someone handing me a needle and thread.

  • Don't ask for opinions; just do what you feel is best.

  • Did I feel any guilt in not letting Julie know Howie's reaction to my pronouncement?

  • How do you suppose that makes him feel?

  • I had an idea how it made him feel.

  • I feel like a stowaway on someone's honeymoon.

  • It would make some people feel much safer.

  • It's a relief the monster wasn't responsible for Vermont but I'd feel much better if I knew he didn't break into Julie's place.

  • I can't say for certain, but I feel eyes on me.

  • She's dead; murdered, and I feel terrible about it.

  • God, I knew all this would end someday but I never dreamed it would feel so empty.

  • I just feel devastated.

  • However, I do feel a kinship to this Elizabeth woman.

  • Howie, I really feel for you but you've had this problem of not knowing about your past for a long time and you've managed to live with it.

  • Your friends in Washington didn't feel the need to do any explaining.

  • I don't want to, but I feel badly, for both Julie and especially Molly.

  • I just want to meet with him but I'd like to get a feel for him first.

  • While I had no direct evidence the attendees were all registered sex offenders, the way they nodded and agreed at the mention of deviant sexual behavior made me feel I might be unique among like penitents.

  • Molly wants to use the pool and frankly, I feel safer here, at least for a couple of days.

  • I'd feel much better if he returned with us but if he insists on staying, it's his choice.

  • With each unsuccessful try my panic loomed larger until I could feel the perspiration run down my neck.

  • I could feel tears streaming down my face though I had no recollection of generating them.

  • Our people feel he's been very active since then.

  • We were operating by pure feel in the total darkness where balancing alone was precariously.

  • We were alerted only by the feel of the screwdriver's slack penetration.

  • He's a nice young man and I feel would make a far less labor intensive mate than Howie would have proved to be.

  • Bianca held her breath and waited, able to feel the tension between them even with her eyes closed until he spoke again.

  • Something about the man made her feel safe, and the warm electricity in her body made her sleepy.

  • A part of her still longed for him, to smell him and feel his skin against hers.

  • Now, he could deliver what he'd always promised-- a life together-- yet she didn't feel like leaping for joy like she would've a year ago.

  • I feel funny, like really cold.

  • "I feel strange," Kyle murmured, trailing her out the door.

  • "Darian," Dusty said with patience he didn't quite feel.

  • Sofi would chew him out if he gave Bianca to her like she was, and he himself couldn't help but feel somewhat concerned that she'd gone unresponsive.

  • "I feel beat," Dusty admitted.

  • She tugged at her hands, but he held her tight, enjoying the feel of her beneath him.

  • Still feel a little tired.

  • "I feel like I should apologize for … whatever it is you're feeling," he said with what he hoped sounded like a sincere attempt to empathize.

  • The news startled her, and she wasn't sure why it made her feel … bummed.

  • It was no mystery to her why Dusty would want her, though she couldn't help but feel disappointed.

  • Healing his scars made her feel a familiar sense of exhaustion, and she retreated to the couch in front of the TV, content to doze and recover.

  • It had something to do with the beautiful woman before him who made him feel for the first time in years.

  • Do you ever feel guilty about her death?

  • For the first time in years, he found himself wondering what it would be like to feel again.

  • There was something very different about this woman, and it was more than the feel of her energy flowing through him.

  • He faced the man, unable to help but feel surprised to see him without scars.

  • It's your fate, but I feel like you know this.

  • His eyes lit up, and Bianca flung herself into his arms, thrilled to feel her brother's lanky body again.

  • She loved his scent, the feel of his hard, warm body against hers.

  • He recalled how soothing her hug had been earlier and itched to feel her soft, warm body in his arms again.

  • She leaned back to kiss him, the feel of her soft lips against his both infuriating and placating.

  • I feel like I had a meltdown last night.

  • I feel like I should be doing more.

  • It'll make or break him, and I don't feel like he's anywhere near ready.

  • So why did he feel a twinge of loss at the order to send it up in flames?

  • He had a feeling the worst was going to happen, and the sense he wouldn't be the only one who died this weekend if he had to depend on Darian made him feel sick to his stomach.

  • "Toni, if at any time you feel the girls are in danger, evac the girls and then everyone else," Dusty said, turning to his XO.

  • She rose and approached, resting back on her heels in front of him, close enough for him to smell her musk and feel her heat.

  • Afraid of what she'd feel, she resisted the urge to touch them.

  • She brushed one of the frozen women trapped in time on the sidewalk, surprised to feel her warm skin and the brush of the wool suit.

  • She didn't feel any better knowing Talon couldn't kill her here!

  • Frozen in mid-air were fat raindrops, arcing in a wind she didn't feel.

  • If he let himself, he'd feel that again with Bianca.

  • He held her, never imagining anything could feel so right despite the rain and cold.

  • Jule couldn't help but feel some relief at the sight of a warm, well-lit interior.

  • With nothing but her troubled thoughts, the cold rain, and a lonely room in the bed and breakfast down the road, she didn't feel like leaving just yet.

  • She radiated power that even humans could feel.

  • Why, then, was he starting to feel as if he'd been set up?

  • I feel your magic.

  • I don't feel as alone when I'm with you.

  • "Can you channel the energies you feel?" he asked.

  • Yes, I feel it.

  • For the first time in her life, she wanted not to feel completely alone.

  • "Father, I feel ill," she whispered.

  • She braced herself, expecting to feel some sort of rush of energy, like she did when she touched Jule.

  • "I feel you," she breathed.

  • "Can you feel them?" he asked, facing her.

  • Did you bury things out here to see if I could feel them?

  • She could now feel everything around her, and she assumed whatever her father unlocked was the cause.

  • He wasn't like anyone else; she didn't have to try to feel his magic.

  • The pot-bellied stove crackled with burning wood, and a light in the corner made the cottage feel even cozier.

  • "I can feel them," she said in a whisper.

  • It only seemed natural for them to sit next to each other, and what would feel more natural would probably scare her off.

  • You feel it, too.

  • I feel safe with you, Jule, and it terrifies me.

  • Her body ached to feel whole again, as she had last night in his arms.

  • She looked down, both thrilled by the idea of an eternity with the man who made her feel whole and horrified at what her father told her.

  • I feel … good.

  • She continued to walk, needing to feel the cold to remind her she was still alive.

  • Jule looked at the clouds, able to feel the gateway cracking with his newfound powers.

  • I guess I should feel sad, but I don't.

  • I still feel angry.

  • "You have every right to feel angry," he replied.

  • Do you feel well enough to take a walk?

  • Absorbed by the horse, she didn't feel the hair on the back of her neck rise.

  • Damian could feel his ire through the screen.

  • Sleeping with her made him feel … guilty, like he was betraying his brother's memory.

  • By the look of understanding on his face, he knew what she expected to feel.

  • His touch sent a tremor of fire through her, and she was embarrassed to feel her hormones stir.

  • He'd never been mistaken for a gentleman, but the woman shimmered with a sweet, pure aura that made him feel obliged to behave.

  • Damian felt the unusual urge to look in on her again, to feel her soft skin against him once more and make sure she was safe.

  • The thought of him made her feel like a girl in junior high being asked to her first dance.

  • Every instinct in his body ached to feel Sofia alive.

  • "I feel like some sort of animal," she told him.

  • He began to understand why and couldn't help but feel frustrated at having to find a way to win her instead of command her.

  • "I appreciate you trying to make me feel less nervous, but you shouldn't lie to me," she snapped.

  • Dusty's words floored him, and Damian couldn't help but feel hurt that his best friend hadn't told him of his suspicions sooner.

  • Linda flashed her a strained smile that made her feel welcome for the first time in a week before the pretty brunette gave the blond man, Lon, a hug and kiss.

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