Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • And say, I've seen her when I thought she looked mighty nice, but I'd never got just that view of her before, with the moon kind of touchin 'up her red hair, and her cheeks and neck lookin' like white satin.

    Shorty McCabe

  • I drink a drop o 'beer, if that's what you ca' touchin 'alcohol.

    The Lost Girl

  • I marks chance cakes o 'ice driftin' down close t 'shore an' touchin 'land now an' agin as un goes, could I ride un.

    Ungava Bob A Winter's Tale

  • Creeks has been dispootin 'touchin' the reespective powers of him an 'the Lance, an' this latter Injun offers to come over to Greyhoss an 'make medicine ag'in him, Black Cloud never hesitates or hangs back like

    Wolfville Nights

  • "He come up to me, sah -- he came up to me, sah -- an 'he put his face mos' touchin 'mine, and he opened his mouth and eyes jus' as wide as he could stretch 'em -- putti'n out his arms over me, too, like he was tryin 'to scare me."

    Master William Mitten: or, A Youth of Brilliant Talents, Who Was Ruined by Bad Luck

  • Sorry I didn't think about the P word touchin ... "

    Boing Boing

  • Lovin 'touchin' feeeeeeelin 'One More Reason to Love These People

    WTF Is It Now?!?

  • "But they took en up for dead, miss -- for he'd a-swum out to the wreck, an 'then he'd a-swum back with a man' pon his back -- an 'touchin' shore, he fell downward in a swound, marvellous like to death for all to behold.

    I Saw Three Ships and Other Winter Tales

  • "Thar's a Major Sayres we meets up with once in Wolfville, -- he's thar on cattle matters with old man Enright -- an 'I recalls how he grows absorbin' touchin 'some of his adventures in that War.

    Wolfville Nights

  • "An 'whan the lunch was ower, an' Mr. Harper was thinkin 'the moment come whan they would order him to tak the heid, an' him trimlin 'at the thoucht o' touchin ''t, an' lay't whaur it was -- an 'whaur it had sae aften been whan it had a sowl intil 't, the gentleman got up, an' says he til him, 'Be so good,' says he, 'as fetch me my hat-box from the hall.'

    Donal Grant, by George MacDonald


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.