a feeling about (someone or something)(redirected from a feeling about one)
a feeling about (someone or something)
A sense or premonition about someone or something, whether good or ill. I don't know, I just have a feeling about her—I think she's the right one for the job. Mom says she has a feeling about the flight—she doesn't think we should go. I've always had a feeling about Ralph, like I shouldn't trust him.
See also: feeling
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*feeling (that something is the case)and *a feeling about something
a premonition that [something might happen or be the case]; an intuition about something. (*Typically: get ~; have ~; give someone ~.) I had a feeling that you might be dropping by this afternoon. I didn't have any facts to support it. I just had a feeling.
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