right in the kisser

right in the kisser

Directly in or on the mouth. Typically said of a punch or blow. I gave him a wallop right in the kisser after he whistled at my girlfriend. I turned around too quickly, and the door hit me right in the kisser.
See also: kisser, right

right in the kisser

Inf. right in the mouth or face. Wilbur poked the cop right in the kisser. He caught a punch right in the kisser.
See also: kisser, right

right in the kisser

mod. right in the mouth or face. (see also kisser.) Max poked the cop right in the kisser.
See also: kisser, right