“Have a feeling”: idiom meaning

Have a feeling
Have a senasation about something. You’re not sure, you may not know why but you think that something is probably true.

Other examples of “have a feeling” idiom in a sentence

  • I have a feeling something bad is going to happen
  • I have a feeling I’ve seen you before
  • I have a strange feeling she’s not telling the truth.

“Have a feeling”: use in context explanation

The woman is preparing coffee for her and her husband. Unfortunately, she starts doing something else and totally forgets about the coffee. The coffee starts burning and it comes out of the coffee maker. She has a feeling she has forgotten about something but she can’t remember what it is.