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  • But it was not the breath of a caress she would have made it. Cited from A Court of Inquiry, by Grace S. Richmond
  • In one fond, pure caress she showed him all the affection of which a woman is capable. Cited from The Easiest Way, by Eugene Walter and Arthur Hornblow
  • Lily took her hand in both hers as if by a caress she could impart her own faith. Cited from Prairie Folks, by Hamlin Garland
  • With a conciliatory caress she left him to disarrange the dressing table further, and went back to the window. Cited from The Shadow of the East, by E. M. Hull
  • She clung to him for one breathless second; then, with a final caress she sent him forth to battle for his Pagans. Cited from The Long Chance, by Peter B. Kyne
  • The touch of his hand, the absolute delicacy of the salute itself, made it unlike any other caress she had ever known or imagined. Cited from The Illustrious Prince, by E. Phillips Oppenheim 3
  • FrAulein Vogel had not understood all the words, the caress she saw. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, July 1885, by Various
  • Aunty Boone patted it gently, the first and last caress she ever gave to any of us. Cited from Vanguards of the Plains, by Margaret McCarter
  • She was afraid to offer the caress she longed to bestow. Cited from Peter's Mother, by Mrs. Henry De La Pasture
  • With a fond motherly caress she patted the two small flaming heads that now snuggled boisterously against her on either side. Cited from The Luck of the Mounted, by Ralph S. Kendall
  • He did not know that it was the only caress she had ever received, and that she had wept because it had fallen so far short of what her imagination had deluded her into expecting. Cited from The Miller Of Old Church, by Ellen Glasgow
  • Their breakfast was at an end, and he got up, laughing again, as he came to her end of the table and put his arm around her shoulders in the unconventional young caress she adored him for. Cited from T. Tembarom, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • He put his arm round her shoulder, holding her there; his fingers stroked, stroked the back of her neck, pushed up through the fine roots of her hair, giving her the caress she loved. Cited from Anne Severn and the Fieldings, by May Sinclair
  • Driven she knew not why, she had crept from her room in search of the still, warm, fragrant nest and the whispered reassurance and the caress she had never before endured. Cited from The Fighting Chance, by Robert W. Chambers
  • He too knelt, and Emmy took Pa's lolling head into her lap, as though by her caress she thought to restore colour and life to the features. Cited from Nocturne, by Frank Swinnerton
  • She held one of the hands (rapidly stiffening, even in her warm grasp), and gently stroked the back of it, with the endearing caress she had used to all her children when young. Cited from Mary Barton, by Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Perhaps those moccasined feet had trod the virgin forest of her dreams, those sombre eyes looked upon the Whispering Hills, those grave faces been lifted to the sweet wind that sang from the west and whose caress she felt even now upon her cheeks. Cited from The Maid of the Whispering Hills, by Vingie E. Roe
  • His curiosity outweighed the irritation he felt at her calm ignoring of the past weeks, at her complacent assumption of his love, at the kiss and the caress she had bestowed, indeed, at her very presence in the room. Cited from The Iron Furrow, by George C. Shedd
  • Obeying an impulse she was in no mood to resist, she turns back to the gate to greet them; she caresses the boy; she has kindly words for the mother, who could have worshipped her for the caress she has given to her outcast child. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 101, March, 1866, by Various
  • It was much the caress she would have bestowed upon Melchisedek, if she had chanced to step on his paw; but she never forgot the look of disgusted scorn with which Allyn had marched out of the room. Cited from Phebe, Her Profession, by Anna Chapin Ray
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