Felt with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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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.
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.
References in classic literature
And again she felt with
horror that no barrier lay between him and her.
Sometimes I would sit in the car with my friends, and I would think about how great it felt with
just us girls.
I felt with
more than usual acuteness the discomfort of being a traveler in Japan: more than a century after the country was opened to the West, foreigners (gaijin) still attract the gaze to an unnerving extent.