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abut to touch along a common line or surface; come in contact (often fol. by "on", "upon," or "against"). [1/2 definitions]
accent an added or complementing feature; touch. [1/8 definitions]
affect1 to move emotionally; touch. [1/4 definitions]
ball handler a player, esp. in basketball, whose position requires him or her to touch and control the ball, or one who handles the ball on a particular play. [1/2 definitions]
Braille (often l.c.) a writing and printing system for blind persons, in which raised dots are grouped into different patterns to represent characters, which are read by touch. [1/2 definitions]
brush1 a brief, light touch or quick encounter. [2/8 definitions]
caress to touch or stroke gently, as with affection or love. [2/3 definitions]
chuck1 to playfully or affectionately touch or pat, esp. under the chin. [1/6 definitions]
contact to touch; to come into or be in physical contact with. [1/8 definitions]
cool moderately cold to the touch. [1/15 definitions]
educationist a person specializing in the methods and theories of teaching or education, often one considered to be out of touch with the actual practice of teaching.
fat animal or plant substance that is composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, is greasy to the touch, and is white or yellowish in color. [1/10 definitions]
feathery suggestive of feathers, as in lightness of appearance, touch, sound, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
feeler an organ of touch on certain animals, such as an insect's antenna. [1/2 definitions]
feeling a physical sensation produced by touch. [1/9 definitions]
feel up (vulgar slang) to touch in a sexual manner.
finger to touch lightly or idly with the fingers. [2/8 definitions]
fondle to touch or stroke in a tender or affectionate manner; treat lovingly; caress. [1/2 definitions]
graze2 to touch or brush lightly in passing. [2/5 definitions]
grope (slang) to touch (someone) clumsily or aggressively for sexual pleasure. [1/5 definitions]
handling a using of the hands to touch or carry. [1/2 definitions]