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Meanings and phrases
- a fabric made of compressed matted animal fibers
- mat together and make felt-like
- cover with felt
- change texture so as to become matted and felt-like; felt up; mat up; matt-up; matte up; matte; mat
- east Asian fern having fronds shaped like tongues; sometimes placed in genus Cyclophorus; tongue fern; Pyrrosia lingua; Cyclophorus lingua
- fungus that frequently encircles twigs and branches of various trees especially citrus trees in southern United States; Septobasidium pseudopedicellatum
- a hat made of felt with a creased crown; fedora; homburg; Stetson; trilby
- a pen with a writing tip made of felt (trade name Magic Marker); felt-tip pen; felt-tipped pen; Magic Marker
- change texture so as to become matted and felt-like; felt; mat up; matt-up; matte up; matte; mat
- He dropped out of high school because he felt the teachings were elitist.
- Tom Baker disliked Leela's character concept because he felt that she was too violent.
- On one occasion he turned down a show because he felt it tended too much towards sexual arousal.
- Broaddrick added, "I always felt she was a victim.
- "I've always felt like something of an outsider.
- I always felt that I was a great girlfriend."
- "I never felt the script lived up to the book."
- "I never felt so weighed down," she wrote to Berkman.
- It’s a town he’s never felt obligated to join — or to beat.
- However, Urie felt compelled to continue writing music during his time off.
- However, as the German expansion grew, Waters' father felt compelled to join the armed forces.
- Leavitt held no political offices, and expressed gratitude that he felt compelled towards none.
- It was much better and I felt more powerful.
- I felt more betrayed and robbed and desecrated than ever before in my life."
- Club" said that "Atlanta" has "never felt more dangerous" than in "Teddy Perkins".
- However, he still felt that there were some good results.
- I sang my heart out to them... and still felt them give more in return.
- And she still felt horny.
- Mirabelle was given a long skirt because they felt a short skirt would appear too shameless.
- They had recently increased their budgets because they felt the movies were more profitable that way.
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- She turned to working in glass because she felt it was more "exciting" to work with.
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- She and Dan did not hit it off right away, because she felt he was not doing enough to find her father's killer.
- He found the travelling tiring and felt very homesick.
- Wright felt very strongly about the connection to the desert.
- I felt very proud that it was my garden that was inspiring it."
- I suddenly felt so far aloof from this song ...
- "I never felt so weighed down," she wrote to Berkman.
- I felt so betrayed," Michaels claimed.
- It was directed by Vern Moen, who Nilsson gave creative freedom to do "what he felt right in the moment".
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- It appears that Arius reproached Alexander for what he felt were misguided or heretical teachings being taught by the bishop.
- Both Wayne and Heston felt the film was unpatriotic.
- Overall they felt the film was pleasant, but slow-moving.
- This was because the distributors felt the film was too short.
- "I just felt that Christopher was the right person.
- Things just felt out of control.
- I just felt it was kinda cool to bring that energy through the dance."
- Ashwood felt betrayed by her friend and her husband.
- William Eaton felt betrayed by the decision.
- Hoxha felt betrayed and the government was in a state of shock.
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- Both the Turks and the various Balkan states felt threatened by Italian ambitions.
- Although this did not affect slaveholding in Kentucky at the time, owners felt threatened.
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- Applelinks felt the game had a satisfying ending.
- Technopolis felt the game came across as amateurish.
- He felt no longer able to serve the military in any aspect.
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- I felt no need to go into it.
- The band felt that this mutual interest would help shape their musical direction.
- The album showcased an intentionally abrasive, angry sound which the band felt would attract a fanbase.
- The band felt somewhat undermined by their label's lack of support and failure to market the album adequately.
- Jessopp felt obliged to apologise, which he did on 20 September 1887.
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- The republicans no longer felt obliged to criticise the Stuart monarchy after it had fallen.
- It sat for a while, but everybody felt strongly about it.
- She felt strongly that voting and freedom were tied together.
- I felt strongly that we should publish the piece and we did, as did others.
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- Prior to the season, some journalists argued that Manziel could suffer a sophomore slump, while others felt that he would continue to have success.
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- However, this effort failed as the Egyptian people felt a strong cultural tie to the Arabic alphabet.
- Zendaya drew criticism because people felt that she was too light skinned and did not greatly resemble Aaliyah.
- That’s how I felt when I finished the song.
- I think you can look back to it and remember how we felt when we were relegated.
- Leo Tolstoy, 1906: "I remember the astonishment I felt when I first read Shakespeare.
- We, on our part, felt as though one of our own family were leaving.
- I felt as though the whole landscape of what passes for my imagination had been changed ...
- In November 1997, students on campus still felt as though their voices were not being heard.
- Burton wanted to make sure that the penguins felt comfortable.
- At Pennsylvania, Sapir was urged to work at a quicker pace than he felt comfortable.
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- When taunted about how he felt, Brandtner said "sexy".
- Kim later revealed in an interview how he felt during the 2001 World Series.
- When he was 5 he wanted to use his gift to make other people feel how he felt.
- The spirit makes its presence felt to the trio.
- By 1880, this hostility had begun to make its presence felt in the state legislature.
- "Yeh Hum Naheen" not only topped MTV Asia and Pakistani charts but also made its presence felt on the British charts.
- Though she felt guilty, as she loved her husband.
- She felt guilty as her father had disapproved of Edward's trip to Torquay.
- Both felt guilty, as they were practically siblings, and were awkward around each other.
- It felt uncomfortable otherwise.
- He notifies her that Helen felt uncomfortable contacting Diane while Diane was in the ward.
- As Cao Shuang felt uncomfortable with Wang Guan for this reason, he demoted Wang Guan to Minister Coachman (太僕).
- After a deeply felt and moving debate it was adopted by the synod on 15 November 1968.
- The Grand Duke's reputation at the imperial court was low and his death was not deeply felt.
- These poems were described by the Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman as "deeply felt and... very beautiful".
- Now at full strength, Caesar felt confident to take the fight to Pompey.
- By March, Greene's army had increased in size enough that he felt confident in facing Cornwallis.
- Some Fijian chiefs soon felt confident enough with their new weapons to forcibly obtain more destructive weaponry from the Europeans.
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- Beanes began to practice medicine when he felt he was educated enough and qualified to do so.
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- It’s rooted in her own experiences, from both the struggles and the inspiration she felt throughout her education.
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