Definition of Tactility

1. Noun. The faculty of perceiving (via the skin) pressure or heat or pain.




Definition of Tactility

1. n. The quality or state of being tactile; perceptibility by touch; tangibleness.

Definition of Tactility

1. Noun. The condition of being tactile ¹

2. Noun. The ability to feel pressure or pain through touch ¹

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Definition of Tactility

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tactility

tactile corpuscle
tactile disk
tactile elevations
tactile fremitus
tactile hair
tactile hallucination
tactile hyperesthesia
tactile image
tactile meniscus
tactile organ
tactile property
tactile sensation
tactile sense
tactilely
tactilities
tactility (current term)
taction
tactions
tactism
tactisms
tactless
tactlessly
tactlessness
tactlessnesses
tactometer
tactometers
tactor
tacts
tactual
tactual exploration

Literary usage of Tactility

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1. Essays on Art by Max Weber (1916)
"This leads to what I might call intimacy of tactility — largely a plastic ... It is this spiritual tactility that brings us into closest touch and great- ..."

2. Miscellaneous Essays by Henry Thomas Colebrooke, Edward Byles Cowell (1873)
"colour, savour, odour, and tactility; to aqueous, colour, savour, and tactility; to igneous, both colour and tactility; to aerial, tactility only.1 [393] ..."

3. Miscellaneous Essays by Henry Thomas Colebrooke, Thomas Edward Colebrooke, Edward Byles Cowell (1873)
"colour, savour, odour, and tactility; to aqueous, colour, savour, and tactility ; to igneous, both colour and tactility ; to aerial, tactility only.1 [393] ..."

4. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and Its Dependencies (1827)
"... odour, and tactility; to aqueous, colour, savour, and tactility; to igneous, both colour and tactility ; to aerial, tactility only. ..."

5. Essays on the Religion and Philosophy of the Hindus by Henry Thomas Colebrooke (1858)
"SECT OF BUDDHA. ous, colour, savour, and tactility; to igneous, both colour and tactility; to aerial, tactility only. ..."

6. Essays on the Religion and Philosophy of the Hindus by Henry Thomas Colebrooke (1858)
"ous, colour, savour, and tactility; to igneous, both colour and tactility; to aerial, tactility only. ..."

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