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A second and a third time the Ethiopian touched him with his wand, and spoke in whispers.

Suddenly Eucoline touched my arm with a quick and timid motion.

The mother's heart was touched, and she forgot all her forebodings.

Bates touched his hat, for he judged this was the captain of the vessel he had seen.

If he touched the hand of this man, there would be a bond between them which only death could break.

You touched a spring in its waistband and it flew open, and then it was a workbox.

He touched her hand with his lips and said gravely: "I will not fail your trust."

All that he touched and ate and wore and used was of the same material Absolute.

She had some things to trouble her, but none of them had touched the quick of her being.

You might not have noticed them, but it seemed to Sallie that her fingers had touched everywhere.

WORD ORIGIN

"stirred emotionally," mid-14c., past participle adjective from touch (v.).

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