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synonyms for kisser

  • countenance
  • feature
  • features
  • frown
  • glower
  • grimace
  • guise
  • mask
  • mug
  • muzzle
  • physiognomy
  • pout
  • profile
  • scowl
  • visage
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antonyms for kisser

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  • grin
  • smile
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How to use kisser in a sentence

Or in the absence of this eloquent kisser of the Blarney Stone some other black-coated Corker may respond.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
Are not you he that is a kisser of men, in drunkenness, and a betrayer in sobriety?
BEAUMONT & FLETCHER'S WORKS (7 OF 10):FRANCIS BEAUMONT
I say, loud, before he clamps one of his big hands over my kisser.
THE FLYING CUSPIDORSV. R. FRANCIS
That simply proves that you're a bad kisser, or that you're not popular.
FRDRIQUE; VOL. 1CHARLES PAUL DE KOCK
Shari leaped to her feet and really slapped him in the kisser.
CARD TRICKWALTER BUPP AKA RANDALL GARRETT
Both Peggy and the kisser were silent while this loving operation was in process.
ROSE O'PARADISEGRACE MILLER WHITE
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WORDS RELATED TO KISSER

  • aspect
  • biscuit
  • cast
  • demeanor
  • expression
  • face
  • features
  • gills
  • kisser
  • look
  • looks
  • map
  • mask
  • mien
  • mug
  • phizog
  • physiognomy
  • poker face
  • potato
  • puss
  • visage
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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