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  1. (often derogatory) openly expressing love and affection (especially through physical contact)
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How To Use touchy-feely In A Sentence

  • However, I think that perhaps Scots men should learn to be a bit more touchy-feely and diplomatic, say for example when they are shopping with their wives.
  • None of that subjective, touchy-feely stuff about the morality of acause. The Volokh Conspiracy » Birnbaum on Human Rights Watch and Israel
  • Then last month, in a touchy-feely gesture not typical of Britain, David Cameron announced that the British government would start collecting figures on well-being.
  • The self-help workshop was very touchy-feely, and made me fell uncomfortable.
  • So, while everyone below me is allowed to be distraught and upset and embarrassed, and while everyone above me is allowed to get all touchy-feely with their own emotions about what I must be going through, I'm not allowed to do anything.
  • She has a flirty character and in one of our meetings she began to get very touchy-feely. The Sun
  • He's fresh, an internationalist and touchy-feely with the electorate.
  • The Mavericks, with 250 slaps, hugs, taps or bumps, are almost twice as touchy-feely as the Heat, who had only 134 instances of televised contact. Dallas's Secret Weapon: High Fives
  • Perhaps this can all be traced to the hand-holding, touchy-feely pop psychology that has penetrated our schools, our office buildings and our doctor's offices.
  • And after all that scrubbing the surface is silky soft and touchy-feely right now.
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