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  • verb archaic Second-person singular present simple form of feel


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feel +‎ -est


  • Many many timeth did she whineth unto me, saying, O why why why don't thou doest something to maketh the meek feelest better, O yea, the Samaritans, and the peacemakers, and the lepers, and to do likewise unto all the ladies who weareth flowers in their hair and who useth henna to draw peace idols uponeth their soft Venusian mounds?'

    Archive 2009-02-22

  • Take this knife with thee; and, when thou feelest that the birds have done flying and have set thee down, slit open therewith the skin and come forth.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • When thou feelest he is no longer flying, rip open the pelt with this blade and come out of it; the bird will be scared and will fly away and leave thee free.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • When thou hast done with playing and thou feelest the effects of the medicine, return to thy palace, and make the Ghusl ablation82 in the Hammam bath, and lay thee down to sleep; so shalt thou be come whole; and now peace be with thee!

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Let us at first see what thou knowest, of what thou art certain; that thou walkest with thy feet; that thou digestest with thy stomach; that thou feelest with thy whole body; and that thou thinkest with thy head.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Thou art an impenetrable creature, replied I; unfit to be present at a scene, the terrors of which thou wilt not be able to feel till thou feelest them in thyself; and then, if thou hadst time for feeling, my life for thine, thou behavest as pitifully as those thou thinkest most pitiful.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Indeed, as Jesus said long ago, "Yay, taketh a walk in my sandals to see how thy feelest on a day to day basis."

    The DMV

  • When thou feelest it nigh, let thy safety word be ‘Onward’; if thou tarry, thou art overwhelmed.


  • Behold, already thou feelest wisdom coming, and art gaining valuable experience.

    Household Tales

  • Noble thou feelest thyself still, and noble others also feel thee still, though they bear thee a grudge and cast evil looks.

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none


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