feel a draft meaning
- [American slang]
to sense that one is being rejected; to sense that someone is cool toward one, possibly for racial reasons.
Oh, man, I feel a draft in here. Let's leave.
What a reception! I sure felt a draft.
- I feel a draft of cold air in the gaps.
- When he blows, Mrs . Bailey feels a draft on her spine.
- You will be able to feel a draft blowing out from underneath it.
- MoveOnStudentAction . org is launching a nationwide campus " Feel a Draft ? " campaign to demand an exit strategy in Iraq and urge Bush to detail a specific plan to avoid the draft.
- In the future, when you feel a draft is ready for review, you can submit it yourself by following the instructions at WP : WIZA . Thanks, talk ) 11 : 34, 14 April 2015 ( UTC)