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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Mortality rates during an average follow-up of 99 months were 14.3 percent in adults who felt younger, 18.5 percent in those who felt about their actual age and 24.6 percent in those adults who felt older, according to the study results.
All that I knew and felt about music went into my composition.
Children can also draw a picture of something they used to do with the person who died, make up stories that share how they felt about the person, do something that the person who died liked to do, or make a memory book about the individual (Wolfelt, 2001).
The role came very easily to me--it was the first major role I did after three major knee surgeries, so the story reflected how I felt about coming home, back to dance.