feel (something) with (something)

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feel (something) with (something)

To touch something with one's hands or fingers. I feel something scratchy with my fingers—I must have gotten some hay stuck in my shoe.
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feel something with something

to touch and explore something with something. I felt the soft little creature with my hand. Don't feel that thing with your bare hands.
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In other words, respond to the assertion that you caused the other person's feeling with a straightforward rejection, something like "I have no control over your feelings, you allow yourself to feel that way." You might not win many friends this way, but you just might contribute to the other person confronting the reality that he/she in fact did allow the feeling to exist.