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tactile

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtactiletac‧tile /ˈtæktaɪl $ ˈtæktl/ adjective  1 TOUCHrelating to your sense of touch tactile sensations2 a tactile person likes to touch people, for example when talking to them
Examples from the Corpus
tactilea tactile animalA 102 key tactile keyboard has keys that give out an audible click when depressed.Pretty soon she and her friend were regulars in the tactile kinesthetic volunteer group.What is most notable about the exhibition is its tactile quality.a tactile sensationThe disobedient youth has been injected with an experimental drug, though of course his tactile sensations aren't blunted.Visual size is not tactile size, visual extension and motion are not tactile extension and motion.Combining his interest in bird-watching with his tactile skills, Fetchero started carving bird models in 1972.Willingness to try new tactile stimulation strategies does sometimes turn up in unusual places, however.tactile sensationsThe disobedient youth has been injected with an experimental drug, though of course his tactile sensations aren't blunted.
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