The ability to feel pressure or pain through touch(noun)
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Use "tactility" in a sentence
"Crary sees the rage for dioramas and stereoscopes as symptoms of the new, nineteenth-century model of vision: "The loss of touch as a conceptual component of vision meant the unloosening of the eye from the network of referentiality incarnated in tactility and its subjective relation to perceived space" (19)."
"- George Gurley The Metrocard Blessing You have your Luddites, who still refuse to buy it because they like the "tactility," or whatever, of tokens."
"The Investigator builds on the kind of tactility that was heaped into, another recent Hungarian exercise in bodies turned inside out."