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kiss US English

Touch with the lips as a sign of love, sexual desire, reverence, or greeting

kiss US Thesaurus

he kissed her on the lips

air-kiss US English

Purse the lips as if kissing (someone), without making contact

deep kiss US English

A kiss involving insertion of the tongue into the partner’s mouth

kiss ass US English

Behave in an obsequious or sycophantic way

kiss-ass US English

Having or showing an obsequious or sycophantic eagerness to please

kiss-curl US English

British term for spit curl.

kiss-off US English

A rude or abrupt dismissal, especially from a job or romantic relationship

soul kiss US English

Another term for French kiss.

French kiss US English

A kiss with contact between tongues

Judas kiss US English

An act of betrayal, especially one disguised as a gesture of friendship

kiss up to US English

Behave sycophantically or obsequiously toward (someone) in order to obtain something

kiss of life US English

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

kiss the rod US English

Accept punishment submissively

kiss and tell US English

Recount one’s sexual exploits, especially to the media concerning a famous person

kiss-and-tell US English

Revealing private or confidential information

kiss of death US English

An action or event that causes certain failure for an enterprise

kiss of peace US English

A ceremonial kiss given or exchanged as a sign of unity, especially during the Christian Eucharist

kiss-and-ride US English

Denoting a facility designed to allow commuters to be dropped off by car and complete their journey by public transport

kiss and make up US English

Become reconciled

kiss someone's ass US English

Behave obsequiously toward someone

blow someone a kiss US English

Kiss the tips of one’s fingers then blow across them toward someone as a gesture of affection

kiss something good-bye US English

Accept the certain loss of something

kiss someone/something off US English

Dismiss someone rudely; end a relationship abruptly

kiss something to make it better US English

Comfort a sick or injured person, especially a child, by kissing the sore or injured part of their body as a gesture of removing pain

kiss ass in kiss US English

Behave in an obsequious or sycophantic way

kiss someone's ass in kiss US English

Behave obsequiously toward someone

kiss someone/something off in kiss US English

Dismiss someone rudely; end a relationship abruptly

kiss up to in kiss US English

Behave sycophantically or obsequiously toward (someone) in order to obtain something

kiss and tell in kiss US English

Recount one’s sexual exploits, especially to the media concerning a famous person

kiss something good-bye in kiss US English

Accept the certain loss of something

kiss something to make it better in kiss US English

Comfort a sick or injured person, especially a child, by kissing the sore or injured part of their body as a gesture of removing pain

kiss of death in kiss US English

An action or event that causes certain failure for an enterprise

kiss of life in kiss US English

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

kiss of peace in kiss US English

A ceremonial kiss given or exchanged as a sign of unity, especially during the Christian Eucharist

kiss the rod in kiss US English

Accept punishment submissively

blow someone a kiss in blow1 US English

Kiss the tips of one’s fingers then blow across them toward someone as a gesture of affection