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[tˈʌt͡ʃ], [tˈʌt‍ʃ], [t_ˈʌ_tʃ]

Synonyms for Touch:

caress (noun)

caress, embrace, feel, hug, squeeze, stroke.

particle (noun)

atom, bit, crumb, dab, dash, drop, flyspeck, grain, granule, iota, mite, modicum, morsel, particle, pittance, scrap, shred, smidgen, smithereen, speck, trace, whit.

texture (noun)

coarseness, fabric, fineness, granulation, grit, material, nap, pile, roughness, smoothness, surface, texture, tissue, weave, web.

touch (noun)

feeling, manipulation, palpation, pawing, plying, rubbing, tangibility, twiddle.

caress (verb)

cuddle, fondle, nuzzle, pet, snuggle.

contact (verb)

abut, adjoin, border, connect, contact, join, meet, reach out.

feel (verb)

experience, finger, fumble, grope, handle, probe, respond, sense, undergo.

touch (verb)

brush, graze, kiss, manipulate, palm, palpate, paw, ply, rub, skim.

Other synonyms and related words:

accomplishment, achievement, act, action, adventure, affect, affect the interest, affected, apply to, bear on, bear upon, bout, cast, come in contact, concern, connection, contingence, correspond, coup, deed, do, doing, effort, enterprise, equal, exploit, expression, feat, feel of, five senses, geste, go, hearing, hint, hit, hit one for, hit up, impinge, impressed, interest, involve, maneuver, match, measure, melt, melt the heart, move, moved, nudge, passage, pat, performance, proceeding, reach, refer to, regard, relate to, respect, rival, senses, shade, sight, smack, smell, soften, sprinkling, step, stir, strike, stunt, suggestion, taction, tactus, taint, tangency, taste, thing, thing done, thought, tincture, tinge, touching, transaction, turn, vestige.

Rhymes for Touch:

  1. crutch, much, hutch, bruch, clutch, kutch, such;
  2. nonesuch;

Quotes for Touch:

  1. Thank God I don't live in Los Angeles. I think if you're there the whole time it just gets out of proportion and you lose touch completely with reality. Sam Mendes.
  2. When you're special to a cat, you're special indeed, she brings to you the gift of her preference of you, the sight of you, the sound of your voice, the touch of your hand. Lester B. Pearson.
  3. Cancer can take away all of my physical abilities. It cannot touch my mind, it cannot touch my heart, and it cannot touch my soul. Jim Valvano.

Idioms of Touch:

  1. touch a nerve;
  2. wouldn't touch with a tenfoot pole;
  3. tug at/ touch your forelock;