Definition of kissy-face in English:


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North American informal
A puckering of the lips as if to kiss someone.
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  • As Karen and Cody mimed annoying kissy-faces back and forth at each other, Jesse seriously contemplated whether to leave them and make them find their own rides home.
  • Or, maybe he shows zero interest in you at school but, once you two are alone, he gets all kissy-face.
  • ‘It looked to ME…’ the friend said, ‘Like you were about to make kissy-face.’


play kissy-face

Engage in kissing or petting, especially in public.
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  • Kevin played kissy-face with Robert's brother, who is not only gay but a Methodist minister.
  • You do not want to ever be embarrassed to be his ex - and the fact that you once played kissy-face.
  • She wants to play kissy-face and yanks him off his horse.

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