touch (v.) Old form(s): touch'd
land at, arrive at, visit
R2 II.i.288[Northumberland to Ross and Willoughby] eight tall ships ... shortly mean to touch our northern shore
TC II.ii.77[Troilus to Hector, of Paris] he touched the ports desired
WT V.i.138[Florizel to Leontes, of Polixenes] By his command / Have I here touched Sicilia
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