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Definition of "fellow-feeling" [fel•low-feel•ing]

  • Alternative form of fellow feeling. (noun)

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Use "fellow-feeling" in a sentence
  • "I smiled through the whole thing, sharing fellow-feeling with all of the new citizens -- not just as Americans, but as people who had overcome similar stresses and uncertainties to achieve their goal of becoming once and for all American."
  • "Whatever he might have thought of his theology, Cyril the Christian bishop would immediately have a strong fellow-feeling for al-Sadr the Islamic mullah."
  • "But as even a cursory search of my blog reveals, I have no fellow-feeling whatsoever with the mediaeval-minded, gynocidal fanatics with whom the Canadian Forces are presently engaged."