smooch


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smooch

1. noun A kiss of any kind or duration. My auntie always makes me give her a smooch on the cheek whenever I see her. I've missed you so much! When we get home, I'm going to smother you in smooches!
2. verb To kiss (someone), especially amorously. It's always so awkward when I walk in on my parents smooching in the kitchen or the living room. She spent the whole time smooching her boyfriend, so I doubt she remembers anything about the movie.

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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