Origin of tactile
Related formstac·til·i·ty [tak-til-i-tee] /tækˈtɪl ɪ ti/, nounnon·tac·tile, adjectivenon·tac·til·i·ty, nounun·tac·tile, adjective
Examples from the Web for tactile
Could Peso-trash be a serious threat to the lively and tactile scene down the hill?
These tactile projects make them “feel they can start and finish something,” she said.
Physical books, which can only be seen and handled in physical bookshops, are lovely, tactile things.How We Lost Bookshops Thanks to Amazon and Publishers|Tim Waterstone|July 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Tactile and open, she makes you feel both important and protective.
Taurus is tactile, sensual, lush—adjectives ascribed to this auteur.
Tactile obtuseness varies with the class of crime practised by the individual.Criminal Man|Gina Lombroso-Ferrero
It would be absurd to claim for him sublime creative power, tactile values, mastery over form and movement.Pintoricchio|Evelyn March Phillipps
This shows that tactile impulses from the skin take a share in generating the guiding sensation.
The eyes continued to degenerate and the tactile organs to increase after permanent entrance to underground waters.
This, as I have pointed out, is not a purely visual character, but a tactile pressure character translated into visual terms.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 4 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis