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  • v. Have a desire for something, or to do something.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. have an inclination for something or some activity


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  • To hold a kukri in your hand was a kind of bliss if you were a Patagonian, how the blade-heavy weight makes the instrument feel like a spirited horse that can barely be held back—this is a knife that was forged to cut and eager to lead you toward the act of cutting, blade first, toward the very destiny of cutting.

    Our American King

  • I was beginning to feel like I was talking with a character Alice might have met in Wonder-land or through the looking glass—the Red Queen, maybe?

    Claim to Fame

  • I had a brilliant and artistic Duckie-like best friend gay too who made me feel like a rarified creature of note.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • Yet, when it comes to communication between the sexes, why does it feel like were still at the Me Tarzan, you Jane stage?

    What Men Say, What Women Hear

  • I wondered what it would feel like to be hit, stabbed, strangled, or just generally killed at the hands of Roger Bortch.

    Miss Misery

  • Its justI came down here to hang out with my friends, and I feel like Im neglecting them.

    Paradise Lost

  • I feel like I'll just dry up and blow away if I don't get something; get tobesomething;somebody!

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • In fact, sometimes I feel like both Tevya (with his financial hardships) and Linda (with her physical ones).

    The Courage To Be Christian

  • I feel like the incredible shrinking man with a horrible caffeine-withdrawal headache on the way to the drug test.


  • Max Arnow and several Warner Brothers press agents sat around a table staring at me, making me feel like a mannequin who was supposed to be seen but not heard.

    An American Life


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