Emotionally affected; moved: very touched by the stranger's kindness. (adjective)
Somewhat demented or mentally unbalanced.(adjective)
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Use "touched" in a sentence
"First Relay to see that all children actually _walk_; no running; when hands are to be touched, they _must be touched_; when erasers or handkerchiefs are dropped, they must be picked up by the ones who dropped them before proceeding with the game; if to be exchanged, they must be exchanged."
"They use the phrase "touched by the sun" whenever they discuss skin tone."
"I picked up the second one on a whim, since it was next to Gura's book and the title touched upon my need to know how exactly the French philosopher's did influence the ideas of at least a couple Transcendentalists."