theel verb, thelt, theel·ing, noun

To perceive thought and feeling at the same time.

Derived by combining the words "think" and "feel" which otherwise seem mutually exclusive.

Theel combines them to allow a broader experience and is also closely linked to people's intuition.

The clearer a person is able to theel the more honed their intuition will be.
"I theel it's a good sad idea."
"I can theel that person over there is upset."
"Just do what you theel is right"
"I theel that she likes me but I can't be sure"
by tavatimsa January 27, 2012
A blob of joint compound or spackling compound that has been painted over without sanding it smooth to blend in with the wall.

When you patch holes in drywall, you need to sand the compound smooth to blend in with the wall before painting over it. Otherwise, you will leave behind an ugly mess over the patched area, called a Theel blob.
Jordan: Hey, Dad, I would like to paint my room a different color.
Dad: OK, but you're gonna have to do it yourself. I'll buy the paint and other stuff you need, but I'm not doing any of the work.
Jordan: Thanks, Dad! And that's OK, I know how to do it myself. I'm even gonna patch a bunch of holes and dents in the walls.
Dad: OK. Just make sure you sand the compound really well after it dries. I don't want to see any Theel blobs.
by Jordan_17 September 5, 2011