steal a kiss

steal a kiss

To kiss someone very quickly and discreetly. They stole a kiss on the steps before Sarah's parents opened the door to meet John for the first time.
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steal a ˈkiss (from somebody)

(literary) kiss somebody suddenly or secretly: This is the place where he first stole a kiss from me, when I was only twelve.
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Washington, July 27 ( ANI ): Beyonce got a pleasant surprise when hubby Jay-Z snuck up onstage, during her performance at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Penn, to steal a kiss, on Thursday.
Granny Gladys Hill had lunged at him to steal a kiss earlier outside the new headquarters of a blood transfusion service.
And so during act two of the Kiss Cam promotion, the President took advantage to steal a kiss from his wife," Earnest added.