feel out

feel out  {v.}
To talk or act carefully with someone and find what he thinks or can do.
The pupils felt out the principal about a party after the game.
John felt out his father about letting him have the car that evening.
At first the boxers felt each other out.
Compare: SOUND OUT.
Categories: verb

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