Sentence examples for felt from high-quality English sources.

  • Have you felt calm and peaceful?

  • Loomis felt no affinity for any of them.

  • She felt attracted by it because she felt weak herself.

  • But then after a few days I felt 'It's OK, it's just a scar... it's just a leg.'"

Use felt in a sentence.

  • Push a strip of felt into each side, leaving some felt sticking out.

  • Nine in ten respondents also felt exams were a “poor way” of testing young people’s education.

  • But for those who need the space, the Studio Suite felt spacious without seeming vast and empty.

  • In that firm grip, he felt appreciated, he felt whole, he felt like a man.

  • Hedonism answers No, claiming that only effects on felt satisfaction or felt frustration matter.

  • Well, I can’t be sure about my grandparents, but I felt it, and I know that my mother felt it, too.

  • I felt pain, and then I felt ire; and then I felt a determination to subdue her—to be her mistress in spite both of her nature and her will. 

  • I felt awful because I felt like I was almost conning people, but at the same time the thought of putting my actual skin out there was too much to even think about.

felt sentence examples

  • "Physically, I felt really good actually - I think last season at Bristol was probably the best I've felt physically for a number of years and I still feel great so that wasn't part of it.

  • And while it felt political for Barr to reach a conclusion, to make a call that Mueller wouldn’t, I have to think it would have felt even more political in Barr’s mind for Congress to be the one to perform that role.

  • The thrill that people felt from being in Larry’s presence, even though there might have been a hint of danger about him, can be likened to the thrill the young people felt when the war began – at the time, and from what felt like a safe distance, they enjoyed the excitement, unaware of the danger lurking behind the façade .

  • There outside the window, pissing and listening, and also “disassociating,” as Professor Tendler would call it (though he did not then have the word), he knew only that he was watching himself from above, that he could see himself feeling all the disappointment as he felt it, until he was keenly and wildly aware that he had felt nothing all those years, felt nothing when his father and mother were shot, felt nothing while in the camps, nothing, in fact, from the moment he was driven from his home to the moment he returned.

felt


  • verb contact

    - mat together and make felt-like

    Example: felt the wool


  • noun artifact

    - a fabric made of compressed matted animal fibers


  • verb contact

    - cover with felt

    Example: felt a cap


  • verb change

    - change texture so as to become matted and felt-like

    Example: The fabric felted up after several washes


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On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for felt. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.

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  • 2 sentence examples for felt from Business Insider
  • 2 sentence examples for felt from Independent
  • 6 sentence examples for felt from The New Yorker
  • 1 sentence examples for felt from The Guardian
  • 5 sentence examples for felt from BBC
  • 1 sentence examples for felt from Los Angeles Times
  • 1 sentence examples for felt from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • 1 sentence examples for felt from GutenbergBooks - Jane Eyre: An Autobiography by Charlotte Brontë
  • 1 sentence examples for felt from New York Times
    There are 6 relevant lexical connections:
  • • Relevant word or phrase for felt is mat
  • • Relevant word or phrase for felt is mat up
  • • Relevant word or phrase for felt is matte up
  • • Relevant word or phrase for felt is felt up
  • • Relevant word or phrase for felt is matt-up
  • • Relevant word or phrase for felt is matte