How to use tactus in a sentence
Abbot Michael, he says, tactus est communi incommodo inter primos de suis monachis qui illo letali morbo percussi sunt.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II) | Charles Creighton
On the contrary, I am become an advocate for the passion; for I too am cœlo tactus, Currus bene se habet.The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. I (of 9) | Thomas Jefferson
One need have well-educated fingers—what surgeons call the tactus eruditus—to work like this in the dark.Sail Ho! | George Manville Fenn
tactus, Touching is propper to a crooked line, compared either with a right line or crooked, as is manifest out of the 2.The Way To Geometry | Peter Ramus
The tactus eruditus extends to the mind as well as to the finger-ends.Medical Essays | Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.