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To feel an emotion

feel

verb

to experience a particular emotion or physical feeling

experience

verb

to feel an emotion or a physical feeling

give up to

to let yourself feel or show an emotion that you would normally not feel or show

tingle

verb

if you tingle with a particular feeling, you feel it very strongly

nurse

verb

to feel a strong emotion or have a belief for a long time, especially one that you hide from other people

overflow

verb

to feel an emotion very strongly

burn

verb

to feel a very strong emotion or a great need for someone or something

possess

verb

if you are possessed by an emotion, you feel that emotion very strongly

let yourself go

to allow yourself to feel and express emotions without trying to control them

walk away with

to feel a particular emotion when you leave a situation

food rave

a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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the amount of money that a business makes or loses

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dead white (European) male

a man … whose achievements may have been overestimated because he belonged to the gender and ethnic group … that was dominant at the time

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