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n. 1 (plural of feel English) 2 (context colloquial English) feelings. vb. (en-third-person singular of: feel)


Feels is the sixth studio album by Baltimore-based band Animal Collective, released in October 2005 by FatCat Records. Initial copies contained a bonus disc of live material. It also appeared at #55 on Pitchfork Media's top 200 albums of the 2000s (decade).

All four of the band's members perform on the album.

Usage examples of "feels".

No one in this world can obtain a knowledge of everything, but every man who feels himself endowed with faculties, and can realize the extent of his moral strength, should endeavour to obtain the greatest possible amount of knowledge.

In an examination of the life of Frederick the Great, one cannot help paying a deserved tribute to his courage, but at the same time one feels that if it had not been for repeated turns of good fortune he must have succumbed, whereas Catherine was little indebted to the favours of the blind deity.

We leave the church, and I ask him whether he feels satisfied with the oracle.

He ought to look upon the wretch who awakens him as a guard who deprives him of his liberty, and makes him feel his misery once more, since, awakening, he feels all his former woes.

But it is curious that when one loves passionately one always feels inquisitive concerning the person of the beloved object.

I felt vexed at having made the trial, for in these matters one always feels angry at failure.

The Count de Narbonne feels interested in me, and wishes to assist me and my brother.

Love is a great poet, its resources are inexhaustible, but if the end it has in view is not obtained, it feels weary and remains silent.

And just in the same manner that men, who have read a great many books, are certain to feel at last a desire for perusing new works even if they are bad, a man who has known many women, and all handsome women, feels at last a curiosity for ugly specimens when he meets with entirely new ones.

The man who is delivered from great perplexity, no matter by what means, feels himself relieved.

Self-dignity feels outraged, my wit dies away, and I play the part of a dolt.

Do you think that a man who feels for you the most tender affection can abandon you when he has been fortunate enough to make your acquaintance, when he is aware of the sad position in which you are placed?

No one can accuse her of any fault, except that of being poor, but she feels it only because it does not allow her to be as charitable as she might wish.

I returned home more dead than alive, and lost twenty-four hours in that fearful perplexity in which a man is often thrown when he feels himself bound to take a decision without knowing what to decide.

A prisoner who is happy enough to sleep soundly, all the while he sleeps is no longer a captive, and feels no more the weight of his chains.