plural noun 1. When you refer to someone's feelings, you are talking about the things that might embarrass, offend, or upset them. For example, if you hurt someone's feelings, you upset them by something that you say or do. ⇒ He has no respect for anyone's feelings., ⇒ What about my feelings?, ⇒ He was afraid of hurting my feelings. 2. Your feelings about something are the things that you think and feel about it ⇒ He described his feelings to me., ⇒ I think that sums up the feelings of most discerning and intelligent Indians., ⇒ feelings were running high, ⇒ Feelings ran high about it., ⇒ Feelings are running high about the ill treatment of the refugees 3. Your feelings about something or towards someone are your attitude towards them. ⇒ My feelings towards Susan have changed over the years, ⇒ What are your feelings about the matter?, ⇒ What are your feelings about returning to university?, ⇒ I have also begun to reassess my own feelings about being a woman., ⇒ Woodley made his feelings about McSporran clear., ⇒ I have strong feelings about racism and sexism, ⇒ She has strong feelings about the alleged growth in violence against female officers.
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