Origin of caress
OTHER WORDS FROM caressca·ress·a·ble, adjectiveca·ress·er, nounun·ca·ressed, adjective
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How to use caress in a sentence
Touch provides an overwhelming amount of feedback to the body, as my extremities stretch through the water, as the temperature, current, and any life within caresses, pushes, and pulls.
There is not a moment in the day that goes by when I don’t think about you or remember those caresses that are no longer mine.
While he does, my eyes caress the strange pop culture tapestry on display.The Revival of Kieran Culkin: A Reluctant Star Seizes the Spotlight|Marlow Stern|October 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“His language in the hearing” to describe the choking “was that it was a ‘gentle caress,’” Sclove remembered.
Kopin said the interchange was nothing more than a “gentle caress.”
But they looked really into each other—they held hands and kissed, and I saw Chris caress her cheek.Why Did Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin Split Six Days After Closing On A $14M Mansion?|Melissa Leon|March 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Free traders get up and fetch the bottle of scotch so that they can at least caress the neck.
The action was at first a little confusing to Edna, but she soon lent herself readily to the Creole's gentle caress.
Each word was a caress, each syllable alive with interest, sympathy, excited anticipation.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
He did not caress it; she once heard him sighing over it; and he never announced it in the newspapers.Elster's Folly|Mrs. Henry Wood
He kissed her with a degree of passion which had not before entered into his caress, and strained her to him.
And yet he heard songs that sounded like a caress and his whole being was permeated by a sense of delicious freshness.Honey-Bee|Anatole France