haptically vs tactually what difference

what is difference between haptically and tactually

English

Etymology

haptic +‎ -ally

Adverb

haptically (not comparable)

  1. By means of touch.
  2. With regard to haptics.

Anagrams

  • alphalytic, phatically


English

Etymology

tactual +‎ -ly

Adverb

tactually (comparative more tactually, superlative most tactually)

  1. In a tactual manner; by, or relating to, the sense of touch.
    • 1973, Oliver Sacks, Awakenings, Penguin, 1976, “Parkinsonian Space and Time,” p. 348,[1]
      We have seen, again and again, that patients’ own kinetic melodies can be given back to them, albeit briefly, by the use of an appropriate flow of music [] . Other ‘natural’ motions of Nature and Art are equally potent if experienced visually or tactually.

Synonyms

  • tactilely

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