feel for

  1. share the suffering of
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  • You have to feel for him as well as enjoying his company. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm not a huge fan of Sarah Palin, but my feelings for her are practically adulatory compared to what I feel for Levi. Johnston says Palin lost his vote
  • You have to feel for him as well as enjoying his company. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was only when confronted with the loathing so many on the left feel for him that I discovered how much there was to admire in the doughty old demagogue.
  • It may be based on true events but its feel-good intentions often feel formulaic and it sometimes seems to lack the courage of its convictions.
  • When tomorrow turns in today, yesterday, and someday that no moreimportant in your memory, we suddenly realize that we r pushed forwardby time. This is not a train in still in which you may feel forwardwhen another train goes by. It is the truth that we've all grown up.And we become different.
  • The ads promote a quick physical exam, called palpation, in which doctors feel for unusual lumps in the thyroid, a small gland in the front of the neck. NYT > Home Page
  • Why not a psychic octopus with a special feel for the Beautiful Game? Times, Sunday Times
  • I feel for him because the sad thing is that, where a few years ago we were falling over great folk music, now it must be sought out, bad cess to the ubiquitous keyboard that hides a full orchestra in a few well-chosen buttons.
  • She'd been on everybody's back most of the week, getting a feel for her New York companies and finishing up with dinner with Eric last night-which, while fun, could not by any stretch of the imagination be called restful-and today Ria was looking forward to a leisurely day of shopping and sightseeing. Beyond World's End
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