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Noun(1) a gentle affectionate stroking (or something resembling it
Verb(1) touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing manner
(1) He ran his hand over her hair, in a gentle caress , while he held her.(2) One moment Arto sings samba gentle as a nostalgic caress , the next his guitar is like flint grinding on flint.(3) A soft sound, maybe a laugh, then fingers touched the nape of my neck in a gentle caress .(4) She ran her hand gently down his cheek, a loving caress as she gazed at him.(5) she felt the caress of his breath on her cheek(6) With a caress far more gentle than any silk, he touched her tiny lips with his fingers after he lay her back down in the crib.(7) She turned back to face him, as she felt his hand on her shoulder, his touch as light as the gentle caress of a flower.(8) For the first time in months I was cold, the gentle caress of the breeze put a smile on my face for the first time in days.(9) She slid her left hand behind his neck and gently caressed his cheek with her right hand.(10) You feel the breeze coming from the window, gently caressing your face.(11) She caressed the ceramic sides lovingly, remembering the weeks she had spent making it.(12) Could this be love radiating from our simple touches, our simple caresses and words.(13) The forest closes in, branches caressing windows at every swing and turn.(14) He kissed her softly and placed a hand gently upon her cheek, caressing it with his thumb.(15) From sitar-like caresses to a sonic storm whirlwind, his unique style has inspired many other performers.(16) The person looks at me with concern and touches my forehead again, then touching my cheek gently and caressingly .
(1) to caress :: i caress
1. stroke ::
2. touch ::
3. fondle ::
4. brush ::
5. pet ::
6. hug ::
7. embrace ::
8. nuzzle ::
Different Formscaress, caressed, caresses, caressing
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