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- adv. In a tactual manner; by, or relating to, the sense of touch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. By means of touch; as regards touch.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. by touch
I also recall tactually the fact that never in a start of the body or a heart-beat did I feel that I loved or cared for anything.
Dogs may be less interested in what is visually new than what is tactually new: they notice strange sensations and pursue them with nibbling mouth or scratching paw.
Also at the other point that shape is presented not only visually but tactually.
The fact that the labels have been cut out of his clothes ... could mark him out as an asylum-seeker trying to hide his identity, or it could make him a "tactually defensive" autistic savant.
Mr. Slimane's invitation to this brave-and loud-new world began with a tactually interesting all-black envelope that looked like a sheet of those perforated strips that you rip to open express-mail envelopes.
With the disconnected right hemisphere, these patients could also spell three and four letter words with cutout letters and could read such words presented tactually.
I cannot be at ease (and to be at ease is my chief wish) if someone else is in pain, visibly or audibly or tactually.
It was like stroking somebody else's; and therefore it was, tactually, like seeing herself clearly for the first time.
Had she not already appeared in the Feelytone Newsvisibly, audibly and tactually appeared to countless millions all over the planet?
I also know what tones are, since they are perceptible tactually in a voice.
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