feel (some emotion) about (someone or something)

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feel (some emotion) about (someone or something)

To feel a particular emotion in response to or about someone or something. Do you feel good about your decision to move? Look, I feel really guilty about interrupting your dinner, so I'm going to go.
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feel somehow about someone or something

to have ideas, opinions, or reactions regarding someone or something. I feel good about him. Do you feel good about how you did on the test? How do you feel about Sally?
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The Yellowhammer News reported out of Montgomery, Alabama, on April 17 about a comment from a state senator that revealed how anti-gun politicians really feel about us. The Senate was holding a public hearing on a constitutional-carry bill.
"What I care about is how our alumni and our fans feel about us, how our team's families feel about us.
THIS week Lisa and Mark Bruin, natural horsemanship instructors from Shelley, talk about how our horses feel about us.
So now you should have a clear picture of the suffering of the innocents in those countries and how they must feel about us
"Incidents like that don't affect us any more, because there's a new feel about us."
He said: "Rank would like to keep Saturday nights available for concerts, but I am concerned how fans feel about us playing on Sunday.