Definition of 'feel-good'
Example sentences containing 'feel-good'
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Energy, the feel-good factor and smart ideas make you the one to watch at work. The Sun (2016)But there's not much feel-good factor. The Sun (2016)This is more than a feel-good story. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The feel-good family film cooks up lots of laughs. The Sun (2014)Working out boosts feel-good chemicals in the body. The Sun (2008)Protein also boosts such feel-good chemicals as serotonin. The Sun (2010)And hitting those notes also boosts production of feel-good chemicals in the brain. The Sun (2009)There is a feel-good factor about our game. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The return of the feel-good factor makes such a difference in all you do. The Sun (2008)She gave out the feel-good factor straight away. The Sun (2013)Perfect stocking fillers with a fashion feel-good factor. The Sun (2015)And then there is the fact that critics and its own publicity have branded it a feel-good movie. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So why the feel-good movie coda? Times, Sunday Times (2012)It actually ends up not saying anything particularly profound but it's still a decent feel-good film. The Sun (2006)It releases endorphins, natural feel-good chemicals that fight pain. The Sun (2013)It also indirectly affects feel-good chemical dopamine, which helps explain its addictive quality. The Sun (2015)That feel-good factor following the stunning comeback in Berlin has already disappeared. The Sun (2016)MPs will also watch for hard results - and a reduction in reoffending just as much as any feel-good factor. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And when this happens more feel-good chemicals are released in the brain that puts us in the mood for love, he added. The Sun (2014)
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Used Occasionally. feel-good is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'feel-good'
British English: feel-good ADJECTIVE
A feel-good film is a film which presents people and life in a way which makes the people who watch it feel happy and optimistic.
This could be the feel-good movie of the year.
Definition of feel-good from the Collins English Dictionary
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