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smooch

(smutʃ)
1. in. to kiss and neck. Too much smooching in a movie ruins it for me.
2. n. a kiss. I like a good smooch from my hubby.
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Speaking to Access Hollywood's Billy Bush and Kit Hoover, Pitt Bull explained that he would have enjoyed the smooches from McCarthy.
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The Mautner Project for Lesbian Health is partnering with local gay and health organizations on a national stop-smoking campaign called "Delicious Lesbian Kisses," including provocative print ads and kissing booths at lesbian venues where both smooches and smoking-cessation information are offered.
But hat-wearing Jason, 30, star of the KitKat TV adverts, was just as soft - his hardman image slipping as he swapped smooches.
Before she's even gotten over her jet lag, Emma's embroiled in a romantic triangle between Doug (David Cubitt), a CIA agent she meets and smooches on the plane over, and Jack Wellington (Jonathan Cake), a British aristocrat.
Visitors can also send the celebrity smooches via email as part of a broad selection of Valentine's Day greetings.
Batman Forever star Nicole turns not one beautiful hair when he smooches with other lovelies on the screen.
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Brookside's Beth Jordache smooches with Margaret Clemence in 1993 (ANI)