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The touch of his hand sent a thrill through her body.
She felt the touch of his lips on her back.
‘Do you want milk in your coffee?’ ‘Just a touch, please.’
Add a touch of vinegar.
The curtains are a touch on the long side.
Things will be a touch easier next month.
Children’s imaginations can be stimulated through sight, touch, and smell.
The flowers in the room were a nice touch.
Lace added a decorative touch to the tablecloth.
The hotel provides good service and the personal touch.
Jane Pickard is the businesswoman with a magic touch.
Charlotte has really developed a touch for Mexican cooking.
Cusack promptly scored with his first touch.