|feast or famine
||we either have too little or too much, boom or bust
||When we were in business we'd have years of profit followed by
years of loss. It was feast or famine.
|feast your eyes on
||enjoy looking at, get a load of
||I opened a box of diamonds and said, "Feast your eyes on these!"
|feather a pass (hockey)
||pass a puck accurately but softly
||Nilsson could feather a pass better than the other players.
|feather in your cap
||(See a feather in your cap)
|feather your nest
||make a comfortable place, prepare your future place, nest egg
||Charles became a professor and began to feather his nest at the University of Manitoba.
||tired of, disgusted with, had enough
||He's fed up with their laziness. I think he's angry with them.
||reply, response, reaction to a plan, splashback
||"What is the feedback on our plan to cut education funds?" "Negative. People disapprove."
|feel a draft
||feel the air from someone who is talking too much
||When Jake talks too much, Pete asks, "Does anyone feel a draft?"
||feel sad, down, low
||When Mara goes away, Don feels blue. He's lonely and sad.
||feel sympathy or pity for someone
||I feel for kids who are homeless. I want to help them.