Definition of tactility in English:

tactility

Pronunciation /takˈtilədē/ /tækˈtɪlədi/

noun

See tactile

‘With full-size prototypes, mock-ups and models made with sample materials, tactility, texture, tone and technique are expressed.’
  • ‘The blind boy's consciousness is evoked in images of heightened tactility and a diminished visual field, so that space in the film is not so much displayed as put together out of the sounds we hear and things we touch.’
  • ‘Mitchell loved the tradition, the tactility, the glorious mess of it.’
  • ‘There is the occasional moment of mildly inappropriate tactility along the way, but other than that, my behaviour is impeccable.’
  • ‘The judges liked this new take on a traditional material and were seduced by the tactility, colour and robustness of the felt panels.’