tactile

[ tak-til, -tahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF tactile

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Tactile: used for touching; an organ that has the sense of touch.

There is, I am told, tactile memory as well as visual and aural memory.

It was the tactile, not the visual sensations that upset him.

Page 54: each of the tactile organ probably should be organs.

Sometimes they are transformed into feelers or tactile organs.

The skin of the whole body is provided with tactile nerve-endings.

The tactile effect of them is astounding; they are not to be read, but experienced.

See also, Acoustic phenomena, and Materializations (tactile).

Apparitions may be in tactile form of men or animals, or monsters.

To this inadequacy of the tactile imagination may be added a sort of transferability of certain touch sensations.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TACTILE

kinesthetic

adjectiverelating to movement in the body
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