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  1. touched adjective ˈtəcht Synonyms of touched 1 : emotionally stirred (as with gratitude) 2 : slightly unbalanced mentally Example Sentences She was touched that he had come only to see her. We were very touched by their story.

  2. touched 2 of 2 verb past tense of touch 1 as in felt to come into bodily contact with (something) so as to perceive a slight pressure on the skin be careful not to touch this pan—it's still hot Synonyms & Similar Words felt caressed kissed embraced grasped hugged rubbed gripped held stroked brushed nudged fondled fingered pawed tapped knocked

  3. adjective (of the mind or feelings) affected with emotion; moved, especially with sympathy or gratitude: They were very touched by your generosity. slightly crazy; unbalanced: touched in the head. QUIZ Origin of touched First recorded in 1450–1500; late Middle English; see origin at touch, -ed 2 Words nearby touched

  4. touched adjective [after verb] (GRATEFUL) B2 grateful for something kind that someone has done: I was very touched by all the cards my friends sent me when I was in hospital. [ + that ] He was touched that you remembered his birthday. Thesaurus: synonyms, antonyms, and examples showing or expressing thanks to someone

  5. touched unbalanced unhinged unsound wacky brainsick adjectiveinsane batty bonkers cracked crackers crazed crazy daft demented disordered distraught dotty lunatic mad mad as a hatter maniac maniacal mentally ill moonstruck not all there nuts nutty off one's rocker out of one's mind psychotic sick in the head stark raving mad touched unbalanced

  6. touched (tʌtʃt) adj. 1. moved; stirred. 2. slightly crazy; unbalanced: touched in the head. [1350–1400] Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. on touched

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