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noun [singular] feel pronunciation in British English /fiːl/
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  1. 1
    the way that something seems when you touch it or when it touches you
    I love the feel of this jacket.
    Ben was enjoying the feel of the breeze in his hair.
  2. 2
    the way that something such as a place generally seems to you
    The village has a lovely friendly feel.

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