touch[ tuhch ]SEE DEFINITION OF touch
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But remember to touch your beaver where the hemlock boughs are low.
But how wonderful and quick my touch has got, and how kind is heaven there, sir!
"You cannot," said Philip, putting her gently aside, while she shrank from his touch.
"You force me to touch on things I should have liked to keep hidden," said Austin.
The touch, the choke in her voice, brought about Viviette's downfall.
But the other thing was what happened, and it gave you a touch of the iron that a man needs in his blood.
The minute you touch on religion, as commonly understood, you reach the sectarian.
She would clasp him so close that evil should not touch him!
So keen the blade, so soft the touch, the sleeper did not wake!
There are many uneducated preachers who move the classes the clergy cannot touch.
late 13c., from Old French touchier "to touch, hit, knock" (11c.), from Vulgar Latin *toccare "to knock, strike" as a bell (cf. Spanish tocar, Italian toccare), perhaps of imitative origin. Meaning "to get or borrow money" first recorded 1760. Related: Touched; touching.
Touch and go (adj.) is recorded from 1812, apparently from the name of a tag-like game, first recorded 1650s. Touch football is first attested 1933. Touch-me-not (1590s) translates Latin noli-me-tangere.