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kiss British & World English

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

kiss English Thesaurus

he kissed her on the lips

air-kiss British & World English

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

deep kiss British & World English

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

kiss ass British & World English

Behave in an obsequious or sycophantic way

kiss-ass British & World English

Having or showing an obsequious or sycophantic eagerness to please

kiss-curl British & World English

A small curl of hair trained to lie flat on the forehead, at the nape of the neck, or in front of the ear

kiss-off British & World English

A rude or abrupt dismissal or rejection

soul kiss British & World English

Another term for French kiss.

French kiss British & World English

A kiss with contact between tongues

Judas kiss British & World English

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

kiss up to British & World English

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

kiss of life British & World English

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

kiss the rod British & World English

Accept punishment submissively

kiss and tell British & World English

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

kiss of death British & World English

An action or event that causes certain failure for an enterprise

kiss of peace British & World English

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

kiss someone's arse British & World English

Behave obsequiously towards someone

kiss something better British & World 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

blow someone a kiss British & World English

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

kiss something goodbye British & World English

Accept the certain loss of something

kiss someone/thing off British & World English

Dismiss or reject someone or something abruptly

kiss ass in kiss British & World English

Behave in an obsequious or sycophantic way

air kiss in air-kiss British & World English

A simulated kiss, without contact

kiss someone's arse in kiss British & World English

Behave obsequiously towards someone

kiss someone/thing off in kiss British & World English

Dismiss or reject someone or something abruptly

kiss up to in kiss British & World English

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

kiss and tell in kiss British & World English

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

kiss something better in kiss British & World 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 something goodbye in kiss British & World English

Accept the certain loss of something

kiss of death in kiss British & World English

An action or event that causes certain failure for an enterprise

kiss of life in kiss British & World English

Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

kiss of peace in kiss British & World English

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

kiss the rod in kiss British & World English

Accept punishment submissively

blow someone a kiss in blow1 British & World English

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


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