caress


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Synonyms for caress

Synonyms for caress

to touch or stroke affectionately

Synonyms for caress

a gentle affectionate stroking (or something resembling it)

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touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing manner

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Her main worry was if Amir would mind pairing his gown with Pitoy's veil," said Caress.
Sweet Caress tells the life story of a female war photographer called Amory Clay, who was born early in the 20th century.
Created by Denise Condon, Delicate Caress Cosmetics focuses on offering every woman the opportunity to be pampered, offering products that make women feel special, from makeup to luxurious skin care products.
has decided to underwrite by early March several hundreds of million yen worth of bonds to be issued by Sapporo-based medical corporation Caress Sapporo, bank officials said Monday.
Light dapples through the slots, casting rippling shadows around the concourse and adding a sensual caress to the ascetic palette of concrete, timber and glass.
Though her family and friends are understandably skeptical of this unwelcome intruder upon their Central Park-adjacent comfort, Anna falls inexorably under young Sean's spell: She gazes wistfully as he traverses the monkey bars; as his fingers caress her face, we see their nails, bitten to the nubs.
In The Real David Beckham - An Intimate Biography, mum Gaynor says the caress happened in a Manchester nightclub when his wife Victoria was pregnant.
I mean," Signorile asked, "how much more perverted can you get than walking around with a dead 5-month-old fetus and having your kids caress it?
John Caress, 28, of Queen Street, Cubbington, said the MG Midget was his pride and joy.
Anchored out on Virginia's Chesapeake Bay, there is only the soothing sound of waves breaking softly against the sailboat's hull and the cool caress of the breeze, says longtime sailor and anthropologist Dr.
9) are indeed both appeals to a reluctant woman from her lover, who in both poems alludes to her attempts to flee from his touch and to his desire to caress her breasts.
The company has already worked successfully with drug chains on extensions of its Dove and Caress brands.
Subjects sometimes "played with" an object in an object caress.
The song describes a soldier's farewell to his lady, the wounds he receives in battle, and his dying request for a last caress.