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    Cool Feel dangerous

    What can be understood in English when saying "feel dangerous"?

    The sentence where found it:

    Such a dangerous place made visitors feel dangerous.

    The place is a pub full of wrongdoers.

    Is "feel dangerous" here meaning "feel like entering the adventure" or the like?
    Thanks.

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    Re: Feel dangerous

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    What can be understood in English when saying "feel dangerous"?

    The sentence where found it:

    Such a dangerous place made visitors feel dangerous.

    The place is a pub full of wrongdoers.

    Is "feel dangerous" here meaning "feel like entering the adventure" or the like?
    Thanks.
    Yes, it's something like that. If this is still from your pseudo medieval novel, it's a remarkably modern expression.

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