touch

meaning: the act of putting two things together with no space between them (noun)

example:The touch of the wires filled the room with light.

synonyms:touching,


meaning: a distinguishing style (noun)

example:this room needs a woman's touch

synonyms:signature,


meaning: the feel of mechanical action (noun)

example:this piano has a wonderful touch


meaning: deftness in handling matters (noun)

example:I have a master's touch.


meaning: the faculty by which external objects or forces are perceived through contact with the body (especially the hands) (noun)

example:only sight and touch enable us to locate objects in the space around us

synonyms:sense of touch, skin senses, touch modality, cutaneous senses,


meaning: the sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin (noun)

example:I like the touch of silk on my skin.

synonyms:feeling,


meaning: a suggestion of some quality (noun)

example:There was a touch of sarcasm in their tone.

synonyms:trace, ghost,


meaning: the act of soliciting money as a gift or loan (noun)

example:I watched the beggar trying to make a touch.


meaning: a communicative interaction (noun)

synonyms:contact,


meaning: the event of something coming in contact with the body (noun)

example:I longed for the touch of your hand.

synonyms:touching,


meaning: a slight but appreciable amount (noun)

example:this dish could use a touch of garlic

synonyms:pinch,


meaning: a slight attack of illness (noun)

example:I have a touch of rheumatism.

synonyms:spot,


meaning: have an effect upon (verb)

synonyms:impact, affect, bear upon, bear on, touch on,


meaning: color lightly (verb)

synonyms:tinge, tint, tinct,


meaning: comprehend (verb)

example:They could not touch the meaning of the poem.

synonyms:sense, make out,


meaning: make a more or less disguised reference to (verb)

synonyms:allude,


meaning: consume, eat (verb)

example:I didn't touch my food all night.

synonyms:partake,


meaning: be in direct physical contact with (verb)

synonyms:contact,


meaning: make physical contact with, come in contact with (verb)


meaning: cause to be in brief contact with (verb)

example:I touched my toes to the horse's flanks.


meaning: tamper with (verb)

example:Don't touch my CDs!

synonyms:disturb,


meaning: affect emotionally (verb)

synonyms:stir,


meaning: perceive via the tactile sense (verb)

example:Helen Keller felt the physical world by touching people and objects around her


meaning: deal with (verb)


meaning: be equal to in quality or ability (verb)

synonyms:equal, match, rival,


meaning: be relevant to (verb)

synonyms:concern, come to, bear on, touch on, refer, relate, pertain, have-to doe with,


meaning: to extend as far as (verb)

synonyms:reach, extend to,