funny feeling

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funny feeling

An intuition or premonition about something; a sense of foreknowledge about a situation, condition, or set of circumstances. I have a funny feeling that this meeting isn't going to end in our favor. I have this funny feeling that I've met this person before. I'm worried about our relationship. I got this funny feeling when I was talking to her last night.
See also: feeling, funny
References in classic literature ?
Your wails give me a funny feeling down here in my stomach and--E--tchee
It's a funny feeling coming to defend a title as I've never done it before.
It looks like Nicklin does, as he said, 'I've got a funny feeling it's one of my mates because I sent a Snapchat earlier that weekend saying how good my grass was
She said: "I've a funny feeling Mayo are going to win.
The old house had a funny feeling when entering it and you could see the nature of its use.
He asked if she wanted more, offered her a back massage and said he had a funny feeling they would both kiss each other after a cuddle.
I've got a funny feeling Saints can bag the two points today.
If it's not India [favourites and hosts], then I've got a funny feeling the West Indies might do it.
But at least, even for a brief moment, Pacquiao overcame his worst fears, a funny feeling that pervaded as the 777 descended towards Manila.
Got a funny feeling though, this is just the latest in a long line of artists' impressions of what the site will look like.
Alan is joined by JLS men Marvin, Oritse, JB and Aston who give us a funny feeling in our tummies when they all squash up together on the sofa.
My 16–year–old son has been getting hot flushes, sweats, chest pain and a funny feeling in his stomach.
Brighton manager Gus Poyet, meanwhile, felt his side should not be too despondent and said: "It's a funny feeling because we're more disappointed than we should be in the dressing room.
But, do you know, I get a funny feeling there will be a little redaction in those last letters of a desperate woman.