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  • adv. In a touchable way or manner.


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  • It made him go from austerely beautiful to downright touchably gorgeous.

    Crimson Wind

  • He was sitting so close to her, his thigh so touchably close that for a moment Holly was rendered speechless.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • This Frappe was a delightful scent, a luscious bathing experience and my skin was touchably smooth and soft after getting out of the tub.

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  • Oh, I'd noticed it before, but I'd never been this touchably close to this wonderful body before, I mean like I was sitting right by her, our legs touching, that close, and her curves were right there for me to examine like a jeweler with a loupe enjoying the exquisite luster of a well-facited diamond.


  • Bashir stirred only enough to rocket pain up his leg and into his stomach, but felt someone move touchably close in response to his gasp.


  • One of my favorite products to get your skin touchably smooth is NIVEA's Smooth Sensation


  • Palm's smart phones failed to set the world on fire here in the UK, but we loved how innovative and touchably usable the Palm operating system was.

    Crave at CNET UK

  • IPod bedding set redefines 'touchably soft' - Filed under: Odds and ends All you really need to do is ask yourself three things: Do I have a kid bed?

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