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Tangible; perceptible to the sense of touch.
From French tactile, from Latin tactilis (“that may be touched, tangible"), from tangere (“to touch").
From Latin tāctilis from tāctus past participle of tangere to touch tact
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
The only other sense-organs are the captacula, which are tactile and olfactory.
Her enjoyment of music, however, is very genuine, for she has a tactile recognition of sound when the waves of air beat against her.
That tactile contact is what the baby really needs.
A highly sensual being, Taurus is tactile and loves to touch things.
The tentacles are organs which serve both for the tactile sense and for the capture of food.
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