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Beth reached out and touched his cheek.
He was careful not to touch the blood.
‘Be quiet!’ she said, touching her finger to her lips.
He touched the napkin briefly to his chin.
Kate touched a button and the machine whirred into action.
It was the first time he had touched her.
The chair was so high that his feet couldn’t touch the ground.
They stood next to each other, barely touching.
His comments really touched me.
He was touched by their suffering and offered to help.
The plight of the orphans has touched the hearts of thousands of people.
I was really touched by the flowers he sent.
Eric was touched by her concern.
She touched many people’s lives through her charity work.
The old farmhouse has hardly been touched by modern trends.
A trace of a smile touched her lips.
She was so upset that she had barely touched her food.
I never touch meat or dairy products.
Don’t touch anything of mine while I’m away.
I haven’t touched any of the money she left me.
I haven’t touched the garden for weeks.
I wouldn’t touch such a difficult piece of work.
Most employers won’t touch you if you’ve got a criminal record.
Police recorded him driving at speeds touching 120 miles per hour.
He hardly touched the ball during the game.
He is a great sportsman, but he can’t touch his brother.