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Spell check of touching

Correct spelling: touching

Synonyms:
paltry, about, moving, tactile sensation, tender, fondling, sensing, base, kissing, cutaneous senses, near, cuddling, poignant, verging, pitiable, against, touch sensation, ghost, neighboring, adjoining, mite, grazing, signature, snuggling, joining, butting, abutting, spot, tactual sensation, hint, manipulating, tinge, probing, contact, emotional, handling, lamentable, despicable, skirting, tangent, contiguous, trace, connecting, jot, skimming, reaching, touch modality, miserable, pitiful, regarding, abject, piteous, responding, sorrowful, flanking, pinch, impactful, wretched, next, concerning, affecting, bordering, rubbing, stirring, impressive, fumbling, caressing, juxtaposed, meeting, petting, conterminous, brushing, mournful, flush, embracing, skin senses, feeling, soupcon, contemptible, groping, pathetic, touch, sense of touch, woful, speck, fringing.

Antonyms:
dispassionate, commanding, divided, distant, noncontinuous, remote, unaffecting, disunited, mighty, sundered, detached, single, apart, farthest, separate, broken up, deadpan, dissevered, severed, unyoked, disconnected, august, isolated, resolved, superior, far-off, great, discrete, ramified, far, exalted, sublime, unemotional, lofty, parted, away, glorious, divorced, unlinked, removed, cold, uncoupled, split, disjoined, dignified, unattached, isolate, unmoving, noble, emotionless, helpful, cool, grand, nonadjacent, superb, faraway, beneficent, unimpressive, unconnected, noncontiguous, dissociated, discontinuous.

Examples of usage:

1) My dear Mr. High: I have your letter touching the Cook- Peary controversy. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) I am holding it in my hands, I am touching it with my lips.... - "Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck", Jethro Bithell.

3) " Annie," Dorris said, touching her arm, " be careful of what you say." - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

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