feel out

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feel out (third-person singular simple present feels out, present participle feeling out, simple past and past participle felt out)

  1. To try to ascertain a person's point of view, or the nature of a situation, by cautious and subtle means.
    I think we should feel out your mom's thoughts about this before we decide anything.

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