feel someone

feel someone

tv. to understand someone. Do you feel me? If not, I’ll say it again and again till you do!
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If you feel someone who has worked tirelessly to help a patient deserves recognition then this is your chance to tell us about them.
At least with the BBC broadcasting from Calais, they will feel someone cares.
Mhairi is on our side and makes me feel someone cares about us.
I stopped at lights and could feel someone pulling up alongside and the guy looking at me.
If I feel someone is good enough then they will go into the squad.
Jolade Mace, spokesperson for the Teesside Solidarity Movement, said: "We're organising this action because we feel someone needs to stand up to these policies and say 'no more'.
She had a night I know I could not have coped with, and I feel someone is to blame.
I feel someone is watching me all the time and I don't feel safe.
If I feel someone is being fake to me, I will just push away," she added.
Let's hope all schools continually review the quality of their staff and, if they feel someone is not making the grade, do something about it for the pupils' sake.
I FEEL someone has to make a stand regarding the bookmakers' prices at Wimbledon, who on Friday returned insulting starting prices, with the percentages in the mid 140s.
Brown said: "The only explanation is that I feel someone has either set me up or didn't realise it was going to end up in this type of situation.
Charette will be glad to assist any senior in filling out a police report if they feel someone has used their credit card information.
To them the school is a very important and secure place and they feel someone has come in here and done something horrible.
We feel someone out there may have vital information for us, no matter how insignificant they may think it is.