tactility :

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  • n  the faculty of perceiving (via the skin) pressure or heat or pain

  • In pursuit of textural effects, he has experimented with polymer glues to bind his colors, sand or gravel sprinkled on to give them tactility and visual variety.
  • That attitude goes a long way toward keeping kids happy in the kitchen, says cookbook author Kathy Gunst, who believes that the very tactility of food invites play.
  • It is not an imitation of Czanne but a photographer's equivalent of those absorbed perceptions of tactility and gravity that Czanne brought to the study of everything from .

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