Definitions

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  • n. One who caresses.

Etymologies

caress +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Emin, too, is a caresser and addresser when it comes to verbal and conceptual certainties and ambiguities.

    Tracey Emin: 'What you see is what I am'

  • Me, his favourite testicle tickler, his cajones caresser, nut nudger, scrotum stroker.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Puis un silhouette toute blanche est venu me voir pour me caresser la joue.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • He held her passionately near, discerning far beyond any criticism of her sentiment, a wise grasping of the minute, if only an indulgence of her desire to cry — Gloria the idler, caresser of her own dreams, extracting poignancy from the memorable things of life and youth.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • Vient caresser ta bouche et voler sur ton sein, 10

    Clytie

  • He held her passionately near, discerning far beyond any criticism of her sentiment, a wise grasping of the minute, if only an indulgence of her desire to cry -- Gloria the idler, caresser of her own dreams, extracting poignancy from the memorable things of life and youth.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • He was accused, as has been suggested, by Holbach's circle “de caresser les gens en place, et d'abandonner ceux qui n'y sont plus.”

    Baron d'Holbach

  • In me the caresser of life wherever moving—backward as well as forward slueing;

    Walt Whitman

  • After all, the things are still there, and if relapses of spirit occur, on wet afternoons, one can still (nominally) borrow them and be happy on the floor as of old, without the reproach of being a habitual baby toy-caresser.

    Dream Days

  • In me the caresser of life wherever moving -- back -

    Leaves of Grass [1867]

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