(1) As a measure for exploration, we assessed latencies between introduction of the objects and first tactile contact, the number of objects touched, and the duration of tactile exploration.(2) The trunk of Oak at Field's Edge is broad, solid and tactile , but the lower branches are shadows, and the leaves and shrubbery dissolve into a green miasma.(3) Now, I am not so naive as to think that this is anything more than innocent touching, and, if he is anything like me, then being tactile and touchy-feely with people is nothing out of the ordinary.(4) I'm more tactile now and hug everyone, male and female.(5) Here the phenomenon of lyrical and tactile darkness is as fragile in his memory and consciousness as the elusive tropes of a poem.(6) I mean, just the fact that you're dealing with the physical world, with actualities and tactile objects, changes the nature of what you're doing.(7) Things were obviously being created but they were tangible and tactile which allowed you to accept them more easily.(8) I hug my more tactile friends in greeting and farewell, and hug some of my other friends if I'm a little drunk.(9) So, while we are getting an abstract account of the literal affair, we are also getting a concrete account, a tactile version of that very abstraction.(10) I am eager to find out if he is as tactile in real life as he is in my head.(11) She was solid, a block of doughy flesh, ample and tactile and pleasantly odorous.(12) Usually I hate tactile people but it worked this time.(13) It supplements the visual experience with auditory commentary, tactile maps, and touchable models to provide information about a room or an exhibit.(14) When Paul and I had discussed my issues with his behaviour, he had explained that he was a very tactile person.(15) Plus, she thinks that I'm flaunting whatever relationship I have with him in front of her, and basically has a real qualm about us being tactile .(16) Children who choose to trace over the letters will get a tactile as well as a visual sense of the letter shape.