Použití pojmu feel ill ve větách.
Četa vysvoboditelův přesvědčila záhy oba zbloudilé, že objevení její nebylo žádnou illusí. The light of the torches scarcely began to illuminate the limitless darkness outside. He walked unsteadily towards the front door, feeling nauseous after so much spinning. Náš Illir byl silně dojat, tiskna mi v rozčílení ruku silnou pravicí svou. Kaufman slowly exhaled through his nose, feeling the tension in his body abate. Ale Lyonél brzy za pultem ztrácí s illuse, a žíznivé srdce hledá dál. Přišli jsme z Nauvoa ve státu Illinois, kde jsme založili svůj chrám. From this she experiences a feeling of discomfort but no real horror. So many parts Constantia would have illuminated had she been spared. Sometimes I wonder, you know, how long I can keep up the illusion. It felt victory in its invisible bones and it was a good feeling. Illior Světlonoš, ochránce čarodějů, bláznů a zlodějů. She is longing to meet him, but struggles against this feeling. It was small, more with a confusion of feelings than with fear. One feels inclined to substitute for a knowledge of the past. Zase se opakuje s ním, co bylo kdysi s illusemi o vráně. On Monday evening Blomkvist was feeling deeply frustrated. But he could feel its resentment like a physical presence. No matter what feelings from the otherwise inhibited Unc. Not that Redman had any illusions about his pupils to be. It was a curious sensation, an illusion of some kind. The physically wasted, the obese, the ill, the weary. Jsi dítětem Aury, bratříčku, dítětem Illiora. There was no feeling left but a casual revulsion. And as the feeling returned, so did the nausea. He could feel it on his cheek, like war paint. Well they have to be, for the illusion, Eddie. Feel the pulse of human blood, pouring forth. Zalachenko was feeling wonderfully gratified. He could feel the dampness under his arms.