To cautiously try to ascertain a person's point of view or the nature of a situation by subtle means.
I think we should feel out your mom's thoughts about this before we decide anything.
If at any time you feel out of control of your emotions or find yourself entertaining thoughts of self-harm, contact a professional counselor, call a depression hotline, or confide in a trusted friend.
Stress usually starts because you feel out of control of a situation.
He or she tends to feel out of control and ashamed about the behavior.
Young couples may feel out of place with the older crowd, particularly if they have not cruised previously, since many of Holland America's passengers have taken multiple cruises.
It's better to know for sure than to show up and feel out of place because you are overdressed or underdressed.