|a calculus or concretion found in the stomach or intestines of certain animals, esp. ruminants, formerly reputed to be an effective remedy for poison.|
|the offspring of a zebra and a donkey.|
|1.||the sense of touch|
|2.||a. the ability to experience physical sensations, such as heat, pain, etc|
|b. the sensation so experienced|
|3.||a state of mind|
|4.||a physical or mental impression: a feeling of warmth|
|5.||fondness; sympathy: to have a great deal of feeling for someone|
|6.||an ability to feel deeply: a person of feeling|
|7.||a sentiment: a feeling that the project is feasible|
|8.||an impression or mood; atmosphere: the feeling of a foreign city|
|9.||an emotional disturbance, esp anger or dislike: a lot of bad feeling about the increase in taxes|
|10.||intuitive appreciation and understanding: a feeling for words|
|11.||sensibility in the performance of something|
|12.||(plural) emotional or moral sensitivity, as in relation to principles or personal dignity (esp in the phrase hurt or injure the feelings of)|
|13.||have feelings for to be emotionally or sexually attracted to|
|15.||expressing or containing emotion|
The sensation involving perception by touch.
A physical sensation, as of pain.
An affective state of consciousness, such as that resulting from emotions, sentiments, or desires.
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