feelingly


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feel·ing

 (fē′lĭng)
n.
1.
a. The sense of touch: lost feeling in a toe.
b. A sensation experienced through this sense: enjoyed the feeling of rain on my face.
c. A physical sensation other than one experienced though touch: a feeling of warmth.
2.
a. An emotion, such as joy or sorrow: a feeling of loss.
b. Strong mental agitation or excitement involving the emotions: eyes that showed deep feeling.
c. An emotion of affection; a fondness: Does she have feelings for you?
3.
a. The capacity to experience refined emotions; sensitivity; sensibility: a man of feeling.
b. feelings Susceptibility to emotional response; sensibilities: The child's feelings are easily hurt.
4. An awareness or impression: He had the feeling that he was being followed.
5. An opinion based strongly on emotion; sentiment: voters' feelings on tax reform. See Synonyms at view.
6.
a. A general impression conveyed by a person, place, or thing: This office has the feeling of a fortress.
b. The emotions thought to be conveyed or intended by a work of art: the painting's feeling of anguish.
7.
a. Appreciative regard or understanding: has no feeling for propriety.
b. Intuitive awareness or aptitude; a feel: has a feeling for language.
adj.
1. Easily moved emotionally; sympathetic: a feeling heart.
2. Expressive of sensibility or emotion: a feeling glance.

feel′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.feelingly - with great feeling; "she spoke feelingly of her early childhood"
unfeelingly - without compassionate feelings; "unfeelingly, she required her maid to work on Christmas Day"
Translations

feelingly

[ˈfiːlɪŋlɪ] ADVcon honda emoción

feelingly

[ˈfiːlɪŋlɪ] adv (speak) → infervoratamente
References in classic literature ?
I noticed those signs of mental decay to which you so feelingly allude at the last interview I had with her in Mablethorpe House.
He has already spoken feelingly to you, he has already spoken feelingly to me, and he'll put the whole thing feelingly to Jack.
I condoled with Tiare, and remarked feelingly that men were deceivers ever, then asked her to go on with her story of Strickland.
She's been a terrible sufferer," said Janet feelingly.
By and by we came to the Mauvais Pas, or the Villainous Road, to translate it feelingly.
His acquittal was complete, his friendship warmly honoured, a lively interest excited for his friend, and his description of the fine country about Lyme so feelingly attended to by the party, that an earnest desire to see Lyme themselves, and a project for going thither was the consequence.
He spoke so feelingly about them that it touched my heart.
This shocked me a trifle, as you may suppose; but I was comforted to hear that he had frightfully fractured his skull and broken a leg; for, assured of the falsehood of this, I trusted the rest of the story was equally exaggerated; and when I heard my mother and sister so feelingly deploring his condition, I had considerable difficulty in preventing myself from telling them the real extent of the injuries, as far as I knew them.
Through and through; through every plank and each rib, it thrilled for an instant, the whale obliquely lying on his back, in the manner of a biting shark, slowly and feelingly taking its bows full within his mouth, so that the long, narrow, scrolled lower jaw curled high up into the open air, and one of the teeth caught in a row-lock.
No," replied Elinor, most feelingly sensible of every fresh circumstance in favour of Lucy's veracity; "I remember he told us, that he had been staying a fortnight with some friends near Plymouth.
You speak so feelingly and so manfully, Charles Darnay, that I thank you with all my heart, and will open all my heart--or nearly so.
He had spoken so sensibly and feelingly of my weakness that I wanted to know something about his strength.