verb (used with object)
Origin of caress
Examples from the Web for 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.
He lets her stare deep into his eyes, clasp his hands for meaningful conversation, caress his face, and even lean in for a kiss.John McCain & More Politicos’ Comedy Sitcom Cameo Wins & Fails (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|September 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Get your hands in there again, making sure to caress the chicken and get it covered up in those juices.
His humour is merely whimsical; his smile is almost a caress.Shelburne Essays, Third Series|Paul Elmer More
The caress in her words, the warm touch of her cheek, her heart beating against his, all made his happiness complete.The Iron Furrow|George C. Shedd
The one caress he permitted himself was to lay his arm lightly on her shoulder when they sat side by side.The Song of Songs|Hermann Sudermann
The woman threw back her head and closed her eyes, every nerve throbbing felinely under the caress she loved.The Return of the Prodigal|May Sinclair
Entering, she approached the coat and put her hand against it in a sort of caress.The Mystery of Evelin Delorme|Albert Bigelow Paine