kissyface

kissy face

1. An amorous facial expression with puckered lips, mimicking the action of a kiss. The phrase is sometimes hyphenated or spelled as a single word. There's a woman across the bar making kissy faces at me. Why do you always make that silly kissyface whenever we take a photo together?
2. The act of kissing. There was just a little kissy-face between us—nothing more. The kids always squirm whenever they see any kissy face between their dad and me.
See also: face, kissy
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kissyface

(ˈkɪsifes)
1. n. kissing. There was a lot of kissyface going on in the backseat.
2. mod. feeling the need to kiss and be kissed. I feel all kissyface.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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