feel about (for someone or something)

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feel about (for someone or something)

To grope around for something, especially in the dark or a similar situation where one's vision is limited. I had to feel about for the light switch for a minute before I was able to find it. I'm feeling about under the couch, but I don't think your phone is down here, Mom.
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I have a disappointing feeling about my dad and future stepmom, I'm not too hip about their getting married, I'm afraid if I tell my dad how I feel, he'll get mad at me, And what if he tells her?
Sarah is not alone in her feeling about algebra or math in general for mathematics anxiety has been a prevalent concern among educators and parents for decades.
It's human nature to have a negative feeling about nepotism.