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I like the flowing feel.

What does 'flowing feel' mean? Is it a common usage?

Thanks,
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Hi,

I like the flowing feel.

What does 'flowing feel' mean? Hard to say, without more context. Perhaps her long hair is blowing around her shoulders, or sliding between his fingers. Perhaps she's standing in the cool, swift river on a hot summer's day. You see, English grammar can be so exciting!!!

Is it a common usage? No. More natural would be flowing feeling, in my opinion.

Clive
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"Feel" can also be used to mean "impression".

If you were talking about wallpaper with a flowing pattern, for instance, or the design of a piece of furniture, you might say "it has a flowing feel". This would mean "I like the flowing impression that it gives".

MrP
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Hi both,

I think MrP's definition on feel is closer what I'd like to know.

It's on the top of my head. I can't remember where I heard of it.

Probably it's related to the house or house flow.

Thanks,
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"On the tip of your tongue"? Emotion: smile

MrP