“We came here with a feeling of contrition, yet not wholly ashamed,” he said.
The day was sunny but cold, and there was a feeling of autumnal dampness in the air.
“I suppose so,” replied Herbert, feeling that his education had been neglected.
The only feeling he retained for his fellow-men was that of an amused contempt.
"She's feeling pretty well, for her," Mr. Moore said placidly.
Purposely, he put no card with them, feeling that she would guess the sender.
I had cast off all feeling, subdued all anguish to riot in the excess of my despair.
They are allowed divorce, but not without some feeling of annoyance with them if they use it.
Borne upon by a feeling of something wrong he made a protest.
Now the revulsion of feeling was so great that I nearly fainted.
feeling "emotion," mid-14c., verbal noun from feel (q.v.).