Correct spelling for feeling

Medical definition of feeling:

1. The mental perception of a stimulus of the sensory nerves, apart from those of sight, hearing, taste, and smell. 2. A quality of any mental state, whereby it is recognized as pleasurable or the reverse.

Usage examples for feeling:

  • Are you feeling any better? "Stranded in Arcady, – Francis Lynde"
  • He was feeling good. "Underground, – Suelette Dreyfus"
  • Don't be afraid I would be vexed with you for feeling it so. "Rosy, – Mrs. Molesworth"
  • Some way, I've a bit of that same feeling myself. "The Boy With the U. S. Life-Savers, – Francis Rolt-Wheeler"

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An island in the Bay of Naples. Alkaline- saline waters, 131° F. to 149° F. Several springs. Used by bathing in gout, rheumatism, paralysis, sores, diseases of the bones, and diseases of women. Spring and autumn. ...