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Sentence count:61Posted:2016-07-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: affectbear onbear uponbushelcome toconcerndoctorfixfurbish upimpactmendpertainreferrelaterepairrestoretouchSimilar words: touch upin touchtouchdownkeep in touchcouchcatch onswitch onnot much of aMeaning: v. 1. refer to or discuss briefly 2. have to do with or be relevant to 3. restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken 4. have an effect upon. 
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1 She felt a gentle touch on her shoulder.
2 I felt a cold touch on my arm.
3 I felt a touch on my arm.
4 Such actions touch on betrayal.
5 Sometimes even a light touch on the face is enough to trigger off this pain.
6 The politicians might be forced to touch on the real issues rather than scoring points off each other.
7 In his speech he was only able to touch on a few aspects of the problem.
8 A touch on her shoulder made her spin around.
9 Reach out and put the touch on some one.
10 We are in touch on that.
11 A gentle touch on her cheek,[] then her arm.
12 He felt a touch on his shoulder.
13 Get in touch on your return and come to supper.
14 I wake with a touch on my face and turn sideways butting my head into darkness.
15 He had a magic touch on the string that jerked its engine into rather terrifying life.
16 He roused to a touch on his shoulder and Abul Ismail stood at his side.
17 A review of this length can only touch on its range.
18 Writers in this tradition do touch on some spatial dimensions but they are not central.
19 He may touch on several thorny border issues, such as immigration[], sewage management and economic development.
20 Standing at the bar, Langford felt a touch on his elbow.
21 This section will therefore only touch on some of the techniques which have become better understood as the result of scientific research.
22 He felt a touch on his shoulder and saw it was Mrs. Lyden.
23 The slightest touch on the accelerator sent it hurtling towards the horizon.
24 Here we touch on the purpose of studying style, and hence on the nature of stylistics.
25 The depositions touch on rumors of illegal drug use, extramarital affairs and petty squabbling.
26 It is anticipated that during his half-hour before the court, Jones' lawyer Gilbert Davis will touch on the underlying allegations.
27 The issues we are facing in the present crisis of faith touch on what I call the Square One Principle.
28 Middlesbrough showed a resilience that emphasised they are no longer a soft touch on their travels.
29 She was unaware that anyone had approached until she felt a touch on one of the vertebra of her spine.
30 Touch That's how long it took the 18-year-old to score with his first touch on his Roker Park debut.
More similar words: touch upin touchtouchdownkeep in touchcouchcatch onswitch onnot much of aphonehonorhonestlytelephonesuchmuchsuch asas muchtouras much aslet outget outmuch lessmuch moreput outset outcut outact outchopechotouristtourism
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