[ UK /tˈʌtʃt/ ]
[ US /ˈtətʃt/ ]
[ US /ˈtətʃt/ ]
being excited or provoked to the expression of an emotion
too moved to speak
very touched by the stranger's kindness
- having come into contact
- slightly insane
How To Use touched In A Sentence
- People were simply showing their deep respect, their real admiration and their love for one they felt had touched their lives.
- I am afraid to lose, I fear this time, and I love it but memories. I could not forget the sweat on the pitch with the sway of the brothers, forget accompany me cry close friend, and forget the bright Star of that everynight, and those words have touched me deeply.
- Spaghetti carbonara and giant, ricotta-stuffed ravioli in an earthy sauté of porcini mushrooms, barely touched with tomato, both did credit to the pasta roster.
- Rounds are no longer written in modern musical styles, and remain untouched by developments in chromatic harmony, atonality, jazz idioms, serial structures and folk modes.
- The heat touched off the Hi-Thrust which burst in a needle flame from the petcock. The Stars My Destination
- An actor onstage walked over to the actress, which was not apart of the script, and touched her face as he spoke to her.
- Now he sits before a half-drunk coffee, a plate of untouched biscuits and an overflowing ashtray.
- Seal it all in plastic kitchen wrap, and leave untouched for at least a week to 10 days.
- The best-known dressing-up dish is kimchee, vegetables pickled in sweetish but mostly hot red chili paste touched with garlic and ginger.
- Thousands of miles of unspoilt coastline, isolated and untouched lakes and pristine mountain ranges are there for the discovering.