From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave/get the feeling (that)have/get the feeling (that)KNOW somethingto think that something is probably true, or will probably happenhave/get the feeling (that) (that)Leslie suddenly got the feeling that somebody was watching her.He had a sneaking feeling (=a slight feeling that something is true, without being sure) that they were laughing at him.Gary had a sinking feeling (=had a sudden bad feeling that something was true) that he was making a mistake.have/get the feeling (that) aboutI have a good feeling about this. I think it’s going to work. →feeling
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good feeling• It gives us a good feeling about ourselves and the world around us.• A good feeling to be away from it.• Malespeaker It's no good feelingbitter.It's not the government's fault.• Actually, his term began with an era of good feeling.• On the first morning, a Saturday, Reagan and Gorbachev greeted each other amiably and with every indication of good feeling.• Problem relief leads to positivegood feelings for your whole body.• It was a prettygood feeling, even not knowing what I was going to do in life now.• Enjoy the good feelings you get.