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How to use tactual in a sentence
For many weeks or months, all is confusion in the visual perceptions, as much as in the tactual and muscular.
He could have lived in no more jubilant confidence of immortality, had he enjoyed the tactual satisfactions of Thomas himself.
The implicit realism of his eye and ear was fortified by acute tactual and muscular sensibilities.Robert Browning|C. H. Herford
It is evident, therefore, that the tactual illusion is influenced rather in a negative direction by visualization.
My experiments with the tactual illusion have led me to the conclusion that it fluctuates even more than the optical illusion.