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Difference between Feel good and Feel well

feel good

1. be in good physical shape:

  • The Captain himself said, “I feel good,” but he did not look well.

2. be in good spirits:

  • Participants felt good about the ability to talk to children away at college via instant messaging.

3. (U.S. sl.) be slightly and pleasantly drunk:

  • After a few beers Charley was feeling good that night.

feel wellbe in good health:

  • I never cross her, or talk to her much when she is not feeling well.