||feel that you may do it, by all means
||Feel free to use the library. You can read and study there.
||(See not feeling myself)
|feel the pinch
||feel a little bit poorer, feel there is less money
||Now that we have only one income, we feel the pinch.
||feeling lazy or negative, lacking energy
||I'm feeling kind of bum today. I didn't sleep well last night.
||a little bit drunk, buzzed, had a few
||After drinking a few beers Pat was feeling good.
|feeling his oats
||feeling energetic, feeling strong
||Look at that cowboy dance! He's feeling his oats tonight.
|feeling no pain
||half drunk, half-corked
||After three drinks of rum, Alex was feeling no pain.
||a person who supports both sides in an argument, middle ground
||Many politicians become fence sitters because they want to please everyone.
|fend for yourself
||be independent, care for yourself
||Soon you'll know the city, and you can fend for yourself.
||minor car accident, collision
||I had a little fender bender with your car, Dad - just a scratch.