|(Archaic) comrade, good fellow; sailor, cordial, affectionate; sincere, genuine, honest; enthusiastic; devoted; vigorous; healthy; abundant, loud and enthusiastic, overloud and overenthusiastic, sincere and enthusiastic, strongly felt, substantial and ...||hearty|
|a trademark for a movie sound effect system emitting low-frequency sound signals that are felt by the audience as vibrations||Sensurround|
|ability to be perceived, tangibility; substantiality, realness; ability to be touched or felt||palpability|
|able to be realized, able to be touched, actual, capable of being felt or touched, substantial; having monetary value, something tangible, something that can be touched or felt, something real or substantial; tangible property, something that has monet...||tangible|
|able to be touched, able to be felt, concrete||touchable|
|act of stirring, arouse feeling, be able to be stirred, be felt, commotion, goad into action, happen, leave, make circular movements in a liquid with an object, agitate, mix; move, set in motion; arouse, awake, bestir; stimulate, provoke, incite; affec...||stir|
|aftereffect, pain which begins to be felt some time after stimulus||afterpain|
|alcoholic, concentrated, convincing, distinctive, easy to detect, effective, exerting influence, extreme, fast moving, felt or expressed powerfully, fully ionized, having great physical power; healthy, robust; solid, firm; persuasive, convincing; resol...||strong|
|alert, felt hat, fully awake, wide-awake, wide-awake hat||wide-awake|
|become matted, cover with felt, feel, feel (Past participle of), make into felt, make into felt; upholster in felt, nonwoven fabric produced by matting fibers together by heat and pressure, synthetic fabric, touched, sensed; made of felt material, wool...||felt|
|become or make blunt, become or make less acute, become or make less bright, lessen, moderate, dim, cloud, boring, boring; blunt, not sharp; gloomy, somber; stupid, not intelligent; not shiny, listless, muffled, not intensely felt, not vivid, overcast,...||dull|
|black felt hat worn by clergymen||shovel hat|
|blues, din, hangover, unpleasant symptoms felt after the consumption of a large quantity of alcohol (headache, nausea, etc.); distress; uproar||katzenjammer|
|brand of wide-brimmed felt hat (traditionally worn by cowboys)||stetson|
|can be sensed; can be felt; can be understood, intelligible, detectable||perceptible|
|candid, of unmixed breeding, original; real, true; natural; honest, sincere, not artificial, sincerely felt||genuine|
|capability of being felt or touched, quality of being real or substantial||tangibleness|
|coarse woolen or cotton fabric napped to imitate felt, green woolen cloth||baize|
|deeply felt, liqueur, refreshing, sweet alcoholic liquor; medicinal drink, tonic, warm, friendly||cordial|
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