Definition of Touchings
1. touching [n] - See also: touching
Lexicographical Neighbors of Touchings
Literary usage of Touchings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Archæology of Rome by John Henry Parker (1876)
"No artist or draughtsman accustomed to look closely at pictures with the eye of a copyist, can fail to detect re-touchings on many of die frescoes submitted ..."
2. Folk-dances and singing games: twenty-six folk-dances of Norway, Sweden edited by Elizabeth Burchenal (1913)
"Make four "toe touchings" in space one, still facing toward space four. ... Finish with four "toe touchings" in space two (with the back turned to the ..."
3. Spiritualism by John Worth Edmonds, George T. Dexter, Nathaniel Pitcher Tallmadge (1853)
"The touchings on my thigh were renewed, and not only that, but there was a feeling on the top ... These touchings were on the outer side of my left thigh. ..."
4. Sociology: Or, The Reconstruction of Society, Government, and Property, Upon by Lewis Masquerier (1877)
"But there are eleven different touchings of the organs of the mouth upon each other, with from one to three degrees of pressure, ..."
5. Meta-Christianity: Spiritism Established. Religion Re-etablished. Science by H. Croft Hiller (1903)
"Here, we have certain seeings and touchings, beyond question. But, assuredly, none of these seeings or touchings, or all of them, is our experience as the ..."