1 It all touched me, and upset me very much.
2 We must, therefore, guard ourselves from his touch.
3 I have been quite touched by the change in the poor old man.
4 I drew away, and his hand touched the string of beads which held the crucifix.
5 As the Count leaned over me and his hands touched me, I could not repress a shudder.
6 I suppose it is a part of the horrible curse that such is, when his touch is on his victim.
7 Lucy was full of pity, too, but she did not attempt to touch the dog, but looked at it in an agonised sort of way.
8 I shuddered as I bent over to touch him, and every sense in me revolted at the contact; but I had to search, or I was lost.
9 In the night he may lie hidden somewhere; but if he be not carried on shore, or if the ship do not touch it, he cannot achieve the land.
10 Lucy frets at the postponement of seeing him, but it does not touch her looks; she is a trifle stouter, and her cheeks are a lovely rose-pink.
11 Let all things which touch on others dear to us, and who on us depend, be complete; for none of us can tell what, or when, or how, the end may be.
12 I could feel the soft, shivering touch of the lips on the super-sensitive skin of my throat, and the hard dents of two sharp teeth, just touching and pausing there.
13 He placed me in a comfortable chair, and arranged the phonograph so that I could touch it without getting up, and showed me how to stop it in case I should want to pause.
14 His moods change so rapidly that I find it difficult to keep touch of them, and as they always mean something more than his own well-being, they form a more than interesting study.
15 When the sun grew so high this morning that it struck the top of the great gateway opposite my window, the high spot which it touched seemed to me as if the dove from the ark had lighted there.
16 This was not very pleasant for me, just starting for an unknown place to meet an unknown man; but every one seemed so kind-hearted, and so sorrowful, and so sympathetic that I could not but be touched.
17 Things are quite bad enough for us, all men of the world, and who have been in many tight places in our time; but it is no place for a woman, and if she had remained in touch with the affair, it would in time infallibly have wrecked her.
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