Feeling and Indifference

Feeling

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Feeling noun – Sorrow or the capacity to feel sorrow for another's suffering or misfortune.
Usage example: a rich person without much feeling for those who are less fortunate

Indifference is an antonym for feeling in often strong topic.
Nearby Words: feel, feelingly, feeler, feeing
Antonyms for Feeling

Indifference

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Indifference noun – Lack of interest or concern.
Feeling is an antonym for indifference in interest topic.
Nearby Words: indifferent, indifferently
Antonyms for Indifference
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usual usual feeling usual indifference
initial initial feeling initial indifference
sheer sheer feeling sheer indifference
distinct distinct feeling distinct indifference
Other adjectives: great, intense, general, immense, growing, odd.

Both words in one sentence

  • This frequently results in/from them feeling that Hope Is Scary, as it threatens their indifference/safety and risks them feeling upset again, requiring them to either give up their defenses or go through the harrowing experience of re-erecting them.
  • Identical Panel Gag This conveys a feeling of stoic disbelief, utter cluelessness or mere indifference from one or more of them, from which Hilarity Ensues.
  • They can react with callousness and indifference, showing no real emotion or feeling of loss.
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