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touch·ing / ˈtəching/ • adj. arousing strong feelings of sympathy, appreciation, or gratitude: your loyalty is very touching a touching reconciliation scene. • prep. concerning; about: evidence touching the facts of Roger's case. DERIVATIVES: touch·ing·ly adv. touch·ing·ness n.

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touching

touching prep. concerning, relating to XIV. — (O)F. touchant, prp. of touch(i)er touch.

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