feel like in a sentence

She had the smell of alcohol and cigarettes on her breath, and I didn’t really feel like kissing her.

Toshi complained that in Japan he has to go out drinking with his colleagues after work, even if he doesn’t feel like it.

I really dread speaking in public. I get so nervous that I feel like throwing up.

Penelope Leach once observed that loving a baby is a circular business, a kind of feedback loop. The more you give, the more you get, and the more you get, the more you feel like giving.

The snow is starting to melt, and it’s really beginning to feel like Spring.

We didn’t feel like staying at the party so we just slipped out the back door and went to the pub.

She had the smell of alcohol and cigarettes on her breath, and I didn’t really feel like kissing her.

The first time I jumped out of an airplane, it didn’t feel like I was falling, it just felt really windy.

I feel like taking a walk now.

I don’t feel like sleeping just now.

Do you ever feel like you’re running down?

I don’t feel like eating sushi.

Do you feel like going out for a drive in the country over the weekend?

I don’t feel like eating anything now.

I don’t feel like taking a walk now.

I don’t feel like doing my math homework now.

I don’t feel like eating now.

Now that the project has come to an end, I feel like I’ve finally come to a restingplace.