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fed up at or beyond the limit of one's patience or tolerance.
fee a charge for services. [2 definitions]
feeble without strength or vigor, physically, mentally, or morally. [3 definitions]
feeble-minded mentally deficient, as from congenital causes or old age. [2 definitions]
feed to provide food for or give food to. [13 definitions]
feedback the returning of opinions, corrections, or other evaluative information after exposure to a product, process, or event. [6 definitions]
feed bag a bag that can be filled with feed, slipped over a horse's muzzle, and kept in place with straps over the animal's head.
feeder someone or something that supplies or receives food. [5 definitions]
feedlot a plot of land on which livestock, esp. cattle to be sold for beef, are fattened before being shipped to market.
feedstock raw materials used in an industrial process, such as metal bars to be fed into a machine for cutting or shaping.
feedstuff food for livestock or poultry; fodder; feed.
feel to perceive by actively touching, or perceive passively through one's skin. [15 definitions]
feeler a hint, suggestion, or question intended to cause another's thoughts or feelings to be revealed. [2 definitions]
feeling a physical sensation produced by touch. [9 definitions]
feel in one's bones to receive impressions intuitively.
feel like to have a desire for or interest in.
feel like oneself to be in a healthy frame of mind or physical condition; feel good.
feel oneself to be in a healthy frame of mind or physical condition; feel good.
feel one's oats to be unusually energetic, or to be newly aware of one's freedom or power.
feel up (vulgar slang) to touch in a sexual manner.
feel up to (informal) to be able to or capable of.