All Noun Verb
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  • Then he put his hand upon her hair, as though he would caress her. Cited from Can You Forgive Her?, by Anthony Trollope
  • Even when his sister came and caressed him, he did not change his mind. Cited from The Boy Scouts in Front of Warsaw, G. Durston
  • He thought she was giving it, when he felt a hand caress his side. Cited from Never-Fail Blake, by Arthur Stringer
  • A woman always caresses a man when she comes near him and they are alone. Cited from The Inferno, by Henri Barbusse
  • The woman at his side was still caressing the little animal she carried. Cited from The Tempting of Tavernake, by E. Oppenheim
  • Every time the student came home, his father gave him the same silent caress. Cited from The Torrent (Entre Naranjos), by Vicente Blasco Ibanez
  • Did she know a look like that had almost the force of a caress? Cited from One Day, by Anonymous
  • This time she gave me back my long caress, and even her eyes closed upon it. Cited from Light, by Henri Barbusse [Tr.: Fitzwater Wray]
  • He had no mind to be caressed by any man beside his master. Cited from Greyfriars Bobby, Eleanor Atkinson
  • She let him draw her down beside him, his caress was returned with interest. Cited from The Light That Lures, by Percy Brebner
  • He ran a caressing hand over them, and they recognized in him a friend. Cited from Heart of the Sunset, by Rex Beach
  • He still held her hands in one of his, caressing them slowly with the other. Cited from Prudence of the Parsonage, by Ethel Hueston
  • I took up the little thing and caressed it, and then put it down again. Cited from True Stories About Dogs and Cats, by Follen
  • As he ended, she turned towards him, still caressing the dog at her feet. Cited from The Obstacle Race, by Ethel M. Dell
  • It seemed so soft, so caressing, so far away, and yet so near. Cited from A Woman Tenderfoot,byGrace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
  • They sat down together, and he began to caress her, and make love to her. Cited from The Myth of Hiawatha, and Other Oral Legends, by Henry R. Schoolcraft
  • I did not play much with, our children, nor caress them much. Cited from Elizabeth: The Disinherited Daugheter,E. Ben Ez-er
  • No woman had ever caressed him, so far as he could remember. Cited from The Ridin' Kid from Powder River, by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • There was nothing but his heart and its caresses to speak for him. Cited from What Answer?, by Anna E. Dickinson
  • Paul is shown with several women who are lying on the floor caressing each other.
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Meaning of caress

  • noun A gentle affectionate stroking (or something resembling it)
    he showered her with caresses, soft music was a fond caress, the caresses of the breeze played over his face
  • verb Touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing manner
    He caressed her face, They fondled in the back seat of the taxi