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  • Two or three times she woke and reached her hand down to caress his rough thick coat. Cited from Hidden Creek, by Katharine Newlin Burt
  • She put up a hand to caress his brown cheek. Cited from The Covered Wagon, by Emerson Hough
  • He has long been accustomed to caress his private parts, and the pleasure with which he does this is greatly enhanced. Cited from Youth and Sex, by Mary Scharlieb and F. Arthur Sibly
  • He loved to caress his beautiful child and admire her sweet and bewitching charms. Cited from Lady Rosamond's Secret, by Rebecca Agatha Armour
  • Jean Michel moved his lips, and tried to caress his head with his hand, but then he fell back into his torpor. Cited from Jean-Christophe, Vol. I, by Romain Rolland
  • And the Sun himself loved to caress his plumage of gold and crimson. Cited from The Curious Book of Birds, by Abbie Farwell Brown
  • He stooped to caress his two cats, which had come out to bear him the mute and pleasant company of their kind. Cited from Australia Felix, by Henry Handel Richardson
  • They sat lovingly together, but Rudeger allowed not the king to caress his bride in secret. Cited from The Fall of the Niebelungs
  • Joyce flew to meet her father, eyes eager, hands swift to caress his rough face and wrinkled coat. Cited from Gunsight Pass, by William MacLeod Raine
  • On the opening of the door, the dog rose -- advanced to caress his master -- and looked up in Linley's face. Cited from The Evil Genius, by Wilkie Collins
  • She began to caress his pillow, and crooned over him like a mother with her child, and found herself blushing and was still and silent again. Cited from The Highwayman, by H.C. Bailey
  • Fallowby, who had finished, began to caress his chin and eye the tureen. Cited from The King In Yellow, by Robert W. Chambers
  • If Jefferson Worth felt that look his face gave no sign; only those thin, nervous fingers were lifted to caress his chin. Cited from Winning of Barbara Worth, by Harold B Wrigh
  • The cool sheets seemed to caress his legs. Cited from "Contemptible", by "Casualty"
  • "They'd look nice if I took to drink instead of to work, for a change!" he murmured, pausing to caress his handsome hair. Cited from Hilda Lessways, by Arnold Bennett
  • Endicott turned his steady eyes upon the Deputy, and began to caress his chin beard with his hand, but, before he could speak, Winthrop's voice was heard. Cited from The Knight of the Golden Melice, by John Turvill Adams
  • Pausing only a moment to caress his recovered pony, Jack hastened to the side of the man who had been thrown off by Sunger's sudden stopping. Cited from Jack of the Pony Express, by Frank V. Webster
  • It is through him that the turtle is fain to follow her mate; it is through him that my pigeons have learned to caress his ringdoves with fondest endearments. Cited from La Fiammetta, by Giovanni Boccaccio
  • Here her hand came out impulsively to caress his coat sleeve and to be prisoned there by two other hands, to be lifted and pressed to burning lips, whereat she grew all rosy in the fire glow. Cited from The Definite Object, by Jeffery Farnol
  • He did not like Snootie raise himself on his hindlegs to caress his sister, but gently subsided upon her feet, and there lay panting, his face to the earth, and his fore-arms crossed beneath his nose. Cited from Heather and Snow, by George MacDonald
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