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    1. was touched by the manifestation of God’s favor in

    2. of woman this is that touched him: for she is a sinner

    3. Ever since that moment he was always worried whenever he touched a keyboard, screen or holographic work station

    4. ‘Oh Emma …’ I muttered, touched by her obvious care for me but all the same annoyed that Dan should think me such a pathetic creature to be pining for him

    5. ’ She said obviously touched by the offer

    6. and touched His garment

    7. She pointed at Johnny’s barely touched cup of tea

    8. For the first time in a long time Travis went all the way down to his knees and touched his forehead to the master’s feet

    9. He touched my right knee-cap with the end of his baseball bat

    10. ’ I said extremely touched by her generosity

    1. My sister is still there and we sometimes keep in touch

    2. It was Tdeshi's touch, a trait she shared with Venna

    3. Do not touch the eyes with dirty fingers, dirty cloth, etc

    4. said I would not touch God’s anointed one

    5. His purpose is to touch

    6. Her trembling hand reached out to touch the creature's suffering face

    7. After all, giants did not have the delicate touch of humans when it came to mining and extracting ore

    8. "No," she said, "I've been in touch with one of the guys I met while migrating north, actually he's been in touch with me

    9. I was a sort of surrogate mother to her in her teens and we’d stayed in touch … whenever she had a problem she would ring me

    10. Long-distance grand parenting is challenging, but with care, you can stay in touch

    1. When he didn’t feel a shock, he tested it again, touching the keyboard for a longer amount of time before quickly pulling his hand back again

    2. ‘What are you grinning at, Mum?’ Emma asked, a smile touching the edges of her mouth

    3. contours of the plastic body under her dress, and in touching her fantastically

    4. "I wouldn't want to be touching the mast

    5. She stood in the early morning sunlight, feeling the warmth of it touching her flesh though the sensible tunic and hosen she had quickly donned

    6. Liesse was sitting back, elbows on the arms of the chair, his fingers steepled and just touching his bottom lip; he looked thoughtful

    7. teasing without touching across wires,

    8. teasing without touching across stair rods,

    9. but a touching point,

    10. But leaving that aside, the journey to Minca will take several weeks, I should think, and assuming that I retrieve that Element and return safely, I shall have a long journey across Europe to get to the last touching place … if I don’t get going on that fairly quickly, the winter will take hold and I shall not be able to go until the spring

    1. She touches his chest with the palm of her hand, her eyes fixed on his

    2. He touches the clothes with his hand, turns back to the room

    3. She reaches up touches his cheek

    4. The boat touches the shore of the small island, the Buddhist temple in back

    5. John pauses, touches some of the big Christmas lights hanging from the building, looks about before entering

    6. Ricci touches his shoulder, but Ahmed pulls away

    7. Russ touches him on the arm

    8. He touches the photo, then jumps with a start as Mohammed clears his throat behind him

    9. The 747 touches down without incident

    10. She touches him on the cheek, turns his face to her

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    Synonyms for "touch"

    touch touching signature cutaneous senses sense of touch skin senses touch modality feeling tactile sensation tactual sensation touch sensation ghost trace contact hint jot mite pinch soupcon speck tinge spot affect bear on bear upon impact touch on tinct tint advert allude partake adjoin meet disturb stir equal match rival come to concern have to do with pertain refer relate extend to reach suggestion handling contiguity caress stroke pat tap blow characteristic trait style kind knack technique skill sensation talent sense palpate rub pet handle nudge arrive at attain encounter impress move strike soften melt treat refer to pertain to regard relate to involve border abut join

    "touch" definitions

    the event of something coming in contact with the body

    the faculty by which external objects or forces are perceived through contact with the body (especially the hands)

    a suggestion of some quality

    a distinguishing style

    the act of putting two things together with no space between them

    a slight but appreciable amount

    a communicative interaction

    a slight attack of illness

    the act of soliciting money (as a gift or loan)

    the sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin

    deftness in handling matters

    the feel of mechanical action

    make physical contact with, come in contact with

    perceive via the tactile sense

    affect emotionally

    be relevant to

    be in direct physical contact with; make contact

    have an effect upon

    deal with; usually used with a form of negation

    cause to be in brief contact with

    to extend as far as

    be equal to in quality or ability

    tamper with

    make a more or less disguised reference to



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