He could feel for them the tenderness of kind affection!
I am a man, and feel for all mankind.
He must feel for the middle way and upset no prejudices.
Art thou a man, then feel for my distress.
I feel for you, sir, from my heart.
I feel for him, too, while being absolutely firm with him.
But I feel for your doctor too.
Y a fe what I feel for her.
So I feel for another.
And I feel for her as only a father feels.
Her first movement was to feel for Jack.
I think I can understand why you feel for her as you do.
My lord, I feel for you.
How strong and how sudden is the interest I feel for her!
That I can really feel for you, and you can feel for me.
I have got a son at sea, so I can feel for her.
I mean the adoration I feel for you, my queen!
He can feel for you, and He can help as well as feel.
On my honour, as a woman, I feel for him most.
I'm sure it's love I feel for you.
I feel as I have never felt, could never feel, for myself.
You feel for the ten men you doom to die, but, Great God!
Enrica stretched out her hands before her to feel for the door.
None but he who has felt such an interruption, can feel for me.
I am constrain'd to feel for thee.
You will feel for me when you know that he is apparently deaf and dumb.
Definition of Feel For
(idiomatic) To experience sympathy for; to sympathise with.
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