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- n. One who touches.
- n. toucha; one who tries get something out of others for nothing in return.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See the extract.
- n. One who or that which touches; specifically, a skilful archer; one who always hits the mark.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who causes or allows a part of the body to come in contact with someone or something
C'est qu'un sorcier est venu dans la nuit "toucher" une vache de la ferme.
Your 'toucher' dude obviously has no human friends; for a lot of us auld wans, animal friends is all we got.
'toucher' to answered 'ego' no love touching, in a slight mood.
Dam all the cult trolls are sounding very desperate today must be close to the middle of the month and there welfare checks are not in and they are low on they cheetos, cream cheese and mtn dew ` s. they all seems very irratied and toucher this fine day.
I didn't have time to drop the 12ga so I just held out the 10ga with my left arm, sighted best I could down the barrel and toucher her off.
Whether you're a car-toucher, a light-runner, or a gallery-hopper, it's easy to design an urban cycling lifestyle for yourself when you have so many options.
I believe you will recover fully in time, but I tell you truly, you were within a toucher of departing this life.
What with the drink I'd taken, and my sudden nervousness, I tripped over the mat - which was an omen, if you like - and came as near as a toucher to oversetting a chair.
"Startled the horses so we near as a toucher went off the road again!"
And touch is important even with strangers -- studies show that subliminal touching (touching so subtle that it's not consciously perceived) dramatically increases a person's sense of well-being and positive feelings toward you, the toucher.
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