touch upon[ tuhch ]SEE DEFINITION OF touch upon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TOUCH UPON
Albert, looking after her, felt his grandmother's touch upon his sleeve.
Yet he felt the touch upon his arm: he was sensible of the kindly whisper in his ear.
Whilst Hunterleys hesitated, there was a touch upon his arm.
Now let me touch upon these three points briefly in succession.
However, that is a subject that I do not need to touch upon here.
There are some of another, however, which I must touch upon for a moment.
The history is a sad one, and I would rather not touch upon it.
A touch upon Constans's shoulder and a voice in his ear aroused him.
The talk seems to touch upon some war other than that with the Ohio tribes.
I will touch upon two or three things in which it shows itself.