Somewhere down inside me felt raw, but I liked it a little better.
They had just held the memorial service two days ago, and Kirk still felt raw.
He was tired, and his eyes were beginning to feel raw.
His throat felt raw, as if he'd been screaming for hours.
The loss left some of the Pakistani fans feeling raw.
The details made the tips of her fingers feel raw.
Every performance in this film feels raw, real, and true.
But neither do I feel raw and inexperienced any more.
It felt raw and natural, more like when he'd been a slave supervisor back on Earth.
Why, for example, does the air these days make a person's throat feel so raw and ragged?