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Simple Forms

InfinitiveImperativeParticiple
to feel feel
let's feel
feel
PresentPast
feelingfelt
Indicative
PresentPast
I feel
you feel
he/she/it feels
we feel
you feel
they feel
I felt
you felt
he/she/it felt
we felt
you felt
they felt
Compound Forms

Past participle
having felt
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
I am feeling
you are feeling
he/she/it is feeling
we are feeling
you are feeling
they are feeling
I have felt
you have felt
he/she/it has felt
we have felt
you have felt
they have felt
I will feel
you will feel
he/she/it will feel
we will feel
you will feel
they will feel
I will have felt
you will have felt
he/she/it will have felt
we will have felt
you will have felt
they will have felt
Past continuous Past perfect Future continuous
I was feeling
you were feeling
he/she/it was feeling
we were feeling
you were feeling
they were feeling
I had felt
you had felt
he/she/it had felt
we had felt
you had felt
they had felt
I will be feeling
you will be feeling
he/she/it will be feeling
we will be feeling
you will be feeling
they will be feeling
Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous
I have been feeling
you have been feeling
he/she/it has been feeling
we have been feeling
you have been feeling
they have been feeling
I had been feeling
you had been feeling
he/she/it had been feeling
we had been feeling
you had been feeling
they had been feeling
I will have been feeling
you will have been feeling
he/she/it will have been feeling
we will have been feeling
you will have been feeling
they will have been feeling
InfinitiveImperativeParticiple
not to feel do not feel
let's not feel
do not feel
PresentPast
not feelingnot felt
Indicative
PresentPast
I do not feel
you do not feel
he/she/it does not feel
we do not feel
you do not feel
they do not feel
I did not feel
you did not feel
he/she/it did not feel
we did not feel
you did not feel
they did not feel
Past participle
not having felt
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
I am not feeling
you are not feeling
he/she/it is not feeling
we are not feeling
you are not feeling
they are not feeling
I have not felt
you have not felt
he/she/it has not felt
we have not felt
you have not felt
they have not felt
I will not feel
you will not feel
he/she/it will not feel
we will not feel
you will not feel
they will not feel
I will not have felt
you will not have felt
he/she/it will not have felt
we will not have felt
you will not have felt
they will not have felt
Past continuous Past perfect Future continuous
I was not feeling
you were not feeling
he/she/it was not feeling
we were not feeling
you were not feeling
they were not feeling
I had not felt
you had not felt
he/she/it had not felt
we had not felt
you had not felt
they had not felt
I will not be feeling
you will not be feeling
he/she/it will not be feeling
we will not be feeling
you will not be feeling
they will not be feeling
Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous
I have not been feeling
you have not been feeling
he/she/it has not been feeling
we have not been feeling
you have not been feeling
they have not been feeling
I had not been feeling
you had not been feeling
he/she/it had not been feeling
we had not been feeling
you had not been feeling
they had not been feeling
I will not have been feeling
you will not have been feeling
he/she/it will not have been feeling
we will not have been feeling
you will not have been feeling
they will not have been feeling
Indicative
PresentPast
do I feel ?
do you feel ?
does he/she/it feel ?
do we feel ?
do you feel ?
do they feel?
did I feel ?
did you feel ?
did he/she/it feel ?
did we feel ?
did you feel ?
did they feel ?
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
am I feeling ?
are you feeling ?
is he/she/it feeling ?
are we feeling ?
are you feeling ?
are they feeling ?
have I felt ?
have you felt ?
has he/she/it felt ?
have we felt ?
have you felt ?
have they felt ?
will I feel ?
will you feel ?
will he/she/it feel ?
will we feel ?
will you feel ?
will they feel ?
will I have felt ?
will you have felt ?
will he/she/it have felt ?
will we have felt ?
will you have felt ?
will they have felt ?
Past continuous Past perfect Future continuous
was I feeling ?
were you feeling ?
was he/she/it feeling ?
were we feeling ?
were you feeling ?
were they feeling ?
had I felt ?
had you felt ?
had he/she/it felt ?
had we felt ?
had you felt ?
had they felt ?
will I be feeling ?
will you be feeling ?
will he/she/it be feeling ?
will we be feeling ?
will you be feeling ?
will they be feeling ?
Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous
have I been feeling ?
have you been feeling ?
has he/she/it been feeling ?
have we been feeling ?
have you been feeling ?
have they been feeling ?
had I been feeling ?
had you been feeling ?
had he/she/it been feeling ?
had we been feeling ?
had you been feeling ?
had they been feeling ?
will I have been feeling ?
will you have been feeling ?
will he/she/it have been feeling ?
will we have been feeling ?
will you have been feeling ?
will they have been feeling ?
Past participle
having felt
Indicative
Present continuous Present perfect Future Future perfect
I am feeling
you are feeling
he/she/it is feeling
we are feeling
you are feeling
they are feeling
I have felt
you have felt
he/she/it has felt
we have felt
you have felt
they have felt
I will feel
you will feel
he/she/it will feel
we will feel
you will feel
they will feel
I will have felt
you will have felt
he/she/it will have felt
we will have felt
you will have felt
they will have felt
Past continuous Past perfect Future continuous
I was feeling
you were feeling
he/she/it was feeling
we were feeling
you were feeling
they were feeling
I had felt
you had felt
he/she/it had felt
we had felt
you had felt
they had felt
I will be feeling
you will be feeling
he/she/it will be feeling
we will be feeling
you will be feeling
they will be feeling
Present perfect continuous Past perfect continuous Future perfect continuous
I have been feeling
you have been feeling
he/she/it has been feeling
we have been feeling
you have been feeling
they have been feeling
I had been feeling
you had been feeling
he/she/it had been feeling
we had been feeling
you had been feeling
they had been feeling
I will have been feeling
you will have been feeling
he/she/it will have been feeling
we will have been feeling
you will have been feeling
they will have been feeling
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See also verbs with similar meaning: feel forfeel likefeel like a millionfeel like a million dollarsfeel out


-  Be conscious of a physical, mental, or emotional state
-  Have a feeling or perception about oneself in reaction to someone's behavior or attitude
-  Come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds
-  Examine by touch
-  Pass one's hands over the sexual organs of
-  Examine (a body part) by palpation
-  Undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mind
-  Perceive by a physical sensation, e.g., coming from the skin or muscles
-  Undergo passive experience of:"We felt the effects of inflation"
-  Grope or feel in search of something
-  Produce a certain impression
-  Find by testing or cautious exploration
-  Be felt or perceived in a certain way



-  She felt sad after her loss
-  I made the students feel different about themselves
-  I found the movie rather entertaining
-  The customer fingered the sweater
-  He felt the girl in the movie theater
-  The runner felt her pulse
-  He felt regret
-  She felt the heat when she got out of the car
-  She felt his contempt of her
-  He felt for his wallet
-  It feels nice to be home again
-  He felt his way around the dark room
-  The sheets feel soft


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