• WordNet 3.6
    • adj touchy-feely (often derogatory) openly expressing love and affection (especially through physical contact)
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In news:

Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem get touchy-feely on the beach.
Tweed's main complaint: why does the picture-taking and public fawning have to be so touchy-feely.
Getting the Right Touchy, Feely Home Control.
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Get Touchy-Feely on Dinner Date in London.
Has 'American Idol' gotten too touchy feely this season.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were touchy feely with one another at Monday night's opening of RYU, a Japanese restaurant run by Scott Disick.
The Touchy-Feely Future Of Technology.
IT Management / A Touchy-Feely Guide To Productivity.
Time to get touchy-feely .
" Touchy-Feely " Robot Detects Tumor Tissue Faster And More Accurately.
MacBook Air Slayer, Luxury Ragtop, Touchy-Feely Kitchen PC.
You know the bonding hormone oytocin, which women have in spades—and which supposedly makes us that much more touchy-feely than men.
The associated press Director Lynn Shelton will show Touchy Feely.
During slow news times, and there were plenty of them, reporters tried their hands at a quintessential touchy-feely story.
The Negotiator —the touchy-feely communicator who imagines "both wonderful and horrible things happening" to him- or herself.