Past Tense of Feel
The past tense of feel is felt. Feel is an irregular verb, which means it does not follow the usual -d, -ed, or -ied endings that past tense verbs take.
Here are some examples with the various meanings of the word to feel.
Past Tense of Feel - Examples
- I felt safe because the police were there
- The suitcase felt heavy
- She felt happy with the decision
- The children felt tired after the long journey
- I felt bad about criticising his new hairstyle
- John felt sick after eating the meal
The family felt very happy to be going on holiday together
- The doctor felt that he should have done more to help
- I felt strongly that we should have left
- The publisher felt that the book would not be popular
- I felt like learning Spanish would help my career
to touch something in order to discover something about it:
- I felt around (=searched) in my pocket for my keys
- His hand felt cold when I touched it
- I felt his jacket and it was wet
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