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.
See also: feel, someone
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When asked how she feels about her life, Heather says, "I feel really stressed out because I never have enough time to do all the stuff I have to do."
Talk about the impact of the camper's behavior on the feelings of other campers, how her behavior causes others to feel about her, and how she feels about herself as a result of the interaction.
But it has been hard to talk about it...I think it may just have to do with the way a man feels about sex."