steal a kiss

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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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A Stolen Kiss DO not be tempted into stealing a kiss, Seldom does such conduct lead to bliss, A moment of weakness could ruin your life Leaving you without a loving husband or wife So keep your hands and thoughts to yourself, Or you may end up on the lonely shelf Nothing can soothe a broken heart, From the marriage that you have torn apart A lifetime together is something to applaud And grandchildren are a lifetime's reward Both by G McLANDERS, Byker, Newcastle
A driver was sentenced to thee months in jail for stealing a kiss from a receptionist in her office.
The Dubai Court of First Instance convicted the 26-year-old Jordanian driver, M.T., of sexually molesting the 21-year-old Filipina receptionist by pulling her close to his body and stealing a kiss from her by force.
A television commercial called "Hideaway" showing a couple stealing a kiss in the coatroom of a restaurant was broadcast during "NBC's New Year's Eve With Carson Daly." The commercial had premiered as part of Beiersdorf's $30 million "Kiss and Be Kissed" marketing campaign for Nivea Lip Care.