Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of caress.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The voice was dark and sensual and Jane's skin came alive as the word caressed her neck.

    Tutoring Lady Jane

  • Martin caressed his swelling shoulder-muscles significantly.

    Chapter 16

  • Lucy wasn't sure what jarred her most — the rueful note of empathy in his voice or hearing her Christian name caressed by his devilish tongue.

    Thief Of Hearts

  • She had discovered that his greatness was at best a kind of lap-dog or tame cat distinction; that he was better known as the caressed and petted adviser of patrician dowagers and effeminate old gentlemen, of fashionable beauties and hysterical matrons, than as one of the lights of his profession.

    The Golden Calf

  • Balzac expended a great deal of pains, and one of whom he seems to have "caressed," as the French say, with a curious admixture of dislike and admiration.

    The Thirteen

  • The alleged victim told detectives Gore attempted a "big tongue kiss," "caressed" her "back and buttocks and breasts" and "shoved" her hand ... you know. split from wife Tipper after 40 years of marriage, fed her chocolate and attempted to coerce her to the bedroom to listen to a Pink song.

    The Hollywood Gossip

  • He caressed my cheek, then let his touch drop away.

    Arcane Circle

  • She blinked, then looked up at Ethan again, and caressed his muscular leg.

    My Fair Succubi

  • His fingers caressed my cheeks; his eyes frantically searched mine.

    My Fair Succubi

  • He kissed and caressed her, oh yes, until they were both breathing heavily and his arousal was stiff enough beneath her bottom to bludgeon someone with.

    How to Woo a Reluctant Lady

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