- emotion or sympathetic perception revealed by an artist in his or her work: a poem without feeling.
- the general impression conveyed by a work: a landscape painting with a spacious feeling.
- sympathetic appreciation, as of music: to play with feeling.
- feel up to,
- feeler gauge,
- feet of clay
Origin of feeling
Examples from the Web for non-feeling
What woman cares for that, so long that the strangeness is in the way of feeling, and not in the way of non-feeling?Plain Mary Smith|Henry Wallace Phillips
- the ability to experience physical sensations, such as heat, pain, etc
- the sensation so experienced
late 12c., "act of touching, sense of touch," verbal noun from feel (v.). Meaning "emotion" is mid-14c. Meaning "what one feels (about something), opinion" is from mid-15c. Meaning "capacity to feel" is from 1580s. Related: Feelingly.