soul kiss


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soul kiss

1. noun A passionate kiss in which the kissers' tongues touch; a French kiss. I was pretty embarrassed when Martin gave me a soul kiss right in front of my parents.
2. verb To kiss (someone) in such a manner. The two of them spent the whole movie soul kissing in the row behind us. I couldn't believe it when I caught him soul kissing my sister.
See also: kiss, soul

soul kiss

1. n. a kiss where the kissers’ tongues interact; a French kiss. Yes, a soul kiss sounds silly—till you try it with somebody you really like.
2. in. [for two people] to kiss with interacting tongues. The creep had bad breath and wanted to soul kiss!
See also: kiss, soul
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Actor-director-screenwriter Weber knew that the main purpose of Soul Kiss Films was to produce films by women, for women, and when Rice Bader approached her with a collaboration opportunity that would create a powerful and empowering piece for the screen, Weber was enthralled.
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The pop princess knocked back White Russians (vodka, coffee liqueur and cream), Pina Coladas (rum, coconut cream and pineapple juice) and Soul Kisses (whisky, Dubonnet, vermouth and orange juice).