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feel strongly (about)

This page is about the collocation feel strongly (about)

collocation pattern: verb + adverb

Meaning

to have a very strong, or passionate, opinion about something

For example

  • If you feel so strongly about it, why don't you do something about it?

  • The issue they all feel most strongly about is the gap between the rich and the poor.

Note:
A similar collocation is "feel passionately"

Quick Quiz

The economic issue James feels most strongly about is

a. passionate views

b. strong opinions

c. very low wages

Contributor: Matt Errey