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abash to cause to feel embarrassed, uneasy, or ashamed.
ache to feel pity, compassion, or sadness. [1/4 definitions]
antenna a thin, sensitive appendage on the head of an insect or crustacean, used to feel with. [1/2 definitions]
apoplexy the sudden loss of the ability to feel or move, caused by a rupture or obstruction of an artery in the brain; stroke.
appall to cause to feel horror, shock, dismay, or the like.
appreciate to feel grateful for (something) or to (someone). [1/4 definitions]
assure to cause to feel certain or secure. [1/3 definitions]
awe to cause to feel awe. [1/2 definitions]
begrudge to feel envious and disapproving of (someone) having or being given (something). [1/2 definitions]
believe to feel with some confidence; suppose (usu. fol. by a clause serving as object). [1/6 definitions]
believe in to have complete confidence in; feel sure of the ability, reliability, or worth of. [1/2 definitions]
bet to feel sure or confident without knowing (something) as a fact. [1/7 definitions]
bet your boots be assured; feel certain.
bleed to feel grief, sympathy or sorrow. [1/7 definitions]
bother to feel concern or slight worry (usu. used with negative verb). [1/7 definitions]
broil1 to feel great impatience, annoyance, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
can't wait to feel extremely excited in anticipation of something.
care to like or feel affection (usu. fol. by "for"). [2/11 definitions]
chagrin to cause to feel chagrin. [1/2 definitions]
crash1 (slang) to feel intensely depressed after a drug-induced euphoria. [1/17 definitions]
crawl to be or feel as though one is covered by crawling things. [1/7 definitions]