sealed with a kiss

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sealed with a kiss

1. A phrase written on an envelope to indicate that one kissed it to show love for the recipient, perhaps literally and leaving behind a lipstick mark. Often abbreviated as "SWAK." You must have a secret admirer, because "sealed with a kiss" is written on the back of the envelope along with a red lipstick kiss mark.
2. By extension, written and sent with love and affection. This letter comes sealed with a kiss, since I can't be there to kiss you in person.
See also: kiss, seal

sealed with a kiss

 and SWAK
written and sent with love and care. (The initialism is sometimes written on love letters. Also an acronym.) All her letters come SWAK. I know they are sealed with a kiss, because she says so.
See also: kiss, seal

sealed with a kiss

and SWAK
mod. written and sent with love and care. (The initialism is sometimes written on love letters. Also an acronym.) I know they are sealed with a kiss, because she says so.
See also: kiss, seal