caressive

All Adjective
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  • Her phrases, so natural, so sincere, in her own tongue, and so caressive, stirred the best in him. Cited from The Fortunate Youth, by William J. Locke
  • So sweet you are, with your tinted cheeks and your small caressive hands, What if I carried you home with me, where our Golden Temple stands? Cited from India's Love Lyrics, by Laurence Hope
  • She was laughing at him, with a little, mock-caressive contempt. Cited from Women in Love, by D.H. Lawrence
  • The love that ivy-like around a home-land lingers, With soft embrace of breast and green, caressive fingers, We are too young to know. Cited from An Anthology of Australian Verse, Bertram Stevens
  • She laughed a silvery little mockery, yet intolerably caressive. Cited from Women in Love, by D.H. Lawrence
  • Thy sweet assentiveness to my demands, All the caressive touches of thy hands,-- These soft cool hands, with fingers tipped with fire,-- They can do nothing to assuage desire. Cited from Last Poems, by Laurence Hope
  • Very soon afterwards she made a pretext for taking Liosha away from us, and I had the extraordinary experience of seeing my proud little Barbara, who loathes the caressive insincerities prevalent among women, cross the lawn with her arm around Liosha's waist. Cited from Jaffery, by William J. Locke
  • Fine woven silk, from the further East, should conceal your beauty, Clinging around you in amorous folds; caressive, silken, Beautiful long-lashed, sweet-voiced Persian boys should, kneeling, serve you, And the floor beneath your sandalled feet should be smooth and golden, Had I the power. Cited from India's Love Lyrics, by Laurence Hope