adjective as in mean
Long-distance communication may benefit from a robot’s touch.
They’re built with a touch interface in mind, which doesn’t always translate well to a mouse and keyboard.
Rather than just a pressure sensor, we need something that captures the myriad of touch sensations.
It’s equally delightful to sip, though, with notes of nougat and just a touch of bright acidity.
We bought a few trays, to limit touch, so servers can carry plates on those instead of with their hands.
Joe is a toucher—and not in a creepy, hide-your-interns kind of way.
Cerf, Du toucher des écrouelles par le roi de France, in Trav.
Safe enough—unless the wheel catches one—it was as near as a toucher just then—aren't you going to smoke?
It will show you pretty well how pipped I was when I tell you that I near as a toucher put on a white tie with a dinner-jacket.
A single unconscious touch and the toucher starts back with an amazed "What's this?"
The "toucher" in this case usually admits frankly that he came to Chicago and got drunk, spending all his money.
On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to toucher, such as: callous, dangerous, evil, hard, malicious, and nasty.
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