from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not felt; without feeling.
- adj. Insincere.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not felt; not making its presence or action known; not perceived.
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They are unfelt, that is the explanation -- unfelt æsthetically.
Galbraith called the undiscovered and therefore unfelt loss “the bezzle.”
It makes me sick to think that people could wrap themselves in the flag and then wallow as happy as pigs in the mud with their money and unfelt shame.
It fell through countless stages of heavenly goings-on, and was unseen; it lingered on the brows and fingertips of a thousand angels, and was unfelt; it drifted over jeweled cities and rivers of liquid light and meadows thick with glowing blossoms, and was unnoticed.
The movers and shakers here are feeling McCain's sharp tactics while the potential dead-on correct Obama strategy remains a cloud of unfelt intellectual property.
Releasing resentments and fear—or any stuck emotions including unfelt grief—can clear the way for you to create a life you love.
To feel this kind of happiness, we need to release old unfelt emotions, and feel whatever we feel.
The familiar had completely disappeared, unseen and unfelt.
Dr. Guinan dreams that the contest will produce creative solutions, like one that kept her awake on Monday night: an iPhone app with a wireless connection to heat and pressure sensors in shoes that compensate for the loss of sensation in diabetics 'feet, causing patients develop unfelt sores that lead to amputation.
It wasn't until three days of obsessive water consumption later that I passed the stone, almost unfelt, into a strainer.
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