air kiss


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air kiss

n. a kiss that is placed on the inside of the fingers of one’s hand then “blown” to the recipient who is likely to be some distance away. A mass of air kisses drifted down to the wharf from the passengers departing on the huge Titanic.
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The 47-year-old gave an air kiss to Nayar that didn't even brush his cheek.
The comedian singled the actor out demanding that he air kiss the TV audience.
I can't leave home without my Clinique Air Kiss lip gloss and I love my MAC Spice lip liner.
Apparently unseduced by video's air kiss of documentary fidelity and real-time immediacy, the special issue made a compelling case for advanced film in an art-world context.
LIZ Hurley is for once caught in a less than glamorous pose as she puckers up for an air kiss at a showbiz bash.
I'm a nice drunk" Actor Ray Winstone "Should Kate opt for quick cheek peck, French double, air kiss or go for black belt in tongue-fu?
FIRST Hollywood gave us the air kiss, now they've given us the air clap.
and air kiss while peering over your shoulder for a genuine celeb.
Go ahead, boys, make me smile'; 'Mwah-mwah dahhling, here's a big air kiss for you'; '"Ha ha, fooled you, Rach - look behind you (love from the paps)".
Through the new virtual kiss feature, users will be able to send one of several animated and original kisses -- including a wet kiss, an air kiss, an Eskimo kiss and the classic "sealed with a kiss" -- to their friends, family and loved ones.
The kit, pounds 15, comprises the i-conic eyes pencil liner in supermodel (brown), mannequin skin complexion enhancer in canvas (golden neutral), volumising mascara in stage black and air kiss shine lipgloss in a dusky pink.
It is the noise that accompanies the double-cheeked air kiss - the traditional mode of greeting between, say, a male journalist and a female marketing executive in one of those cool bar-restaurants up in Rope Walks.
Subtlety should be the key, rather than trying desperately to get in as many place references as possible - something that bogs down John Wagstaff's An Air Kiss.
This annual event has always functioned more successfully as a back-to-school ritual - where the city's photography community could regroup, air kiss, and reassess its own balance of power - than as a barometer of what was new or interesting in an ever-changing field.
THERE is nothing worse than a lipstick which wears off the first time you sip your coffee or as much as air kiss a pal.